Michigan Accessible Homes
A Division of Cornerstone Design Inc, Architects

Disability Network Washtenaw Monroe Livingston (former Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living, www.dnwml.org. This is a local not-for-profit that works with people with disabilities on all aspects of living independently.  Michigan Accessible Homes manager David Esau has worked with the organization for years on accessibility consulting.

To find a CIL near where you live, check out Disability Network, www.dnmichigan.org.

Cornerstone Design Inc, www.cdiarchitects.com.  Parent firm of Michigan Accessible Homes.

Disability Etiquette: Although most people are interested in being helpful to people with disabilities, our first instincts can often seem paternalistic or at best unthoughtful.  The United Spinal Association has a good series of guidelines on disability etiquette for a wide variety of disabilities at www.unitedspinal.org/disability-etiquette/.

disABILITY Information & Resources, www. makoa.org.  Links to resources on disability information.

Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan, www.fhcmichigan.org.  David Esau also works with this Ann Arbor-based not-for-profit that works on various discrimination issues including discrimination based on disability.

Great Lakes ADA Center,
www.adagreatlakes.org.  A federally funded center for information about the Americans with Disabilities Act and related laws and regulations.

We will add links to other websites about accessibility if we confirm they appear useful to readers.