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SOURCE: 101 Mobility
Learn how to make disabled or elderly guests feel at home by finding ways to make the house accessible and adaptive so that everyone can enjoy the holidays together.
(PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Inviting family and friends over for the holidays generally brings up thoughts about the menu, decor, and how to keep everyone occupied and everything spotless. Once a host figures those things out, everything should run smoothly. However, some will be faced with the challenge of how to make special accommodations for loved ones this holiday season. Read below to learn how a few adjustments can help everyone feel welcomed and happy.
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