Visit-ability

 

Visit-ability: Basic Access in Every New Home Built for the Open Market

Building Today’s Homes for Montana’s Future

Visit-ability means people with mobility limitations are not isolated by architecture. A visitable home is one designed for the open market, not specifically for people with disabilities, with three specific access features. The essential access features of a visitable home include:

  • One zero step entrance on an accessible route–at the front, back, side, or through the garage.
  • All main floor interior passage doors with 32 inches clear passage space.
  • A half or full main floor bathroom with basic maneuvering space.

 

Visit-ability Toolkit

Visitability Testimonies Increase Affordable, Accessible Housing in Montana
Visitability Success Story
Testimonies from the Visitability survey
Take the Visitability survey

Visit-ability: Basic Access in Every New Home Built for the Open Market
Visitability Brochure pdf file
Visitability Flyer    pdf file

Rural Fact Sheet on Visitability
Rural Fact Sheet on Visitability pdf file

Visitability Success Story
Visitability Success Story pdf file

Montana Disability and Health Brochure
Montana Disability and Health Brochure pdf file

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