From AIA: Magnusson Architecture and Planning recently completed renovation of Selis Manor, an apartment building opened in 1980 for blind and visually impaired residents. Photo: Courtesy of Magnusson Architecture and Planning.

“But there is more to life than apps. Much of what the disabled need isn’t technology but compassion and common sense, according to a number of architects and consultants. And not every effort to accommodate the disabled has to be a big one. ‘You can make a series of small changes that together have a huge overall impact.'”

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