An Adaptive Homes Realestate Network

We offer realestate services for home sellers and buyers with adaptive needs.

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Our Mission: To create the “perfect” home for those living with mobility or special needs.

Arizona Adaptive

Wouldn’t it be great to have the perfect home for your special needs living? What are other home- owners doing with their living spaces? What is the latest technology? Who are the professionals in my area I can trust to sell my home, find a new home, or modify my current home?


- Contractors

- Realestate agents

- Designers

- Architects

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Realestate Services

- List Your Home for Sale

- Purchase an Existing Home

- Build a Custom Adaptive Home

- Staging My Home to get it Sold

- Identify what your needs are in your current home. Should you renovate or sell?

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Home Modification Resources

- Homes for Sale that are good candidates for Adaptive Living

- Developers offering New Construction that can be Modified

- Architects designs for kitchens, bathrooms, whole home floorplans, project timelines

- Local Builders, project timelines

- Contractors, with insightful editorials on how they perform their craft

- Suppliers, special pricing, new trends

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What Makes a Home Handicap-accessible?

Handicap-accessible homes can be customized to people’s specific needs, but there are common modifications that pop up in most renovations.

Accessibility to things like countertops, doorways and everything in a restroom is usually the first concern or need.

Once someone’s needs are defined, a home designer or contractor comes up with creative solutions to meet them.

Handicap-accessible homes can be customized to people’s specific needs, but there are common modifications that pop up in most renovations.

  • Lowered countertops
  • Lower sinks
  • Open space for wheelchair rotation
  • Ground-level cabinets
  • ADA-approved toilets
  • Grab bars for tubs
  • Roll-in shower
  • Widen Doorways
  • Ramps
  • Toilet riser
  • Step-In Showers
  • Flooring
  • Door knob handles
  • Furniture Placement
  • Electrical outlets
  • Rounded corners
  • Contrasting colors
  • Brighter lighting
  • Roll in bathtubs
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Adaptive Home Challenge

Challenge to all Architects, Builders, Designers, Contractors, and Suppliers to create the Perfect Adaptive Home!

Post your projects at the Arizona Adaptive Facebook Group Page

Design for disabilities can make for a better world

Here are some example pictures of a renovated house to suit a family with disabilities:

Accessible Pool

Stair Rail - Copper design

Shallow area - Resting spot

Pool cover - Can be closed and safe to walk on

Accessible Backyard

Three entry/exit points - Accessible from the whole house

Wheelchair friendly backyard - Smooth stone ground

Wheelchair ramp - Access more

Getting started is easy

Contact: Ted Drake 520.203.1117