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Thanks to the tenets of universal design, which strives to make buildings and spaces accessible and functional for people with disabilities and the elderly, our homes are becoming safer and more convenient for everyone. According to the NKBA, nearly 60 percent of designers added accessible features to bathrooms and kitchens last year. Popular additions include shower benches and comfort-height toilets and vanities in baths, and microwave drawers and touchless faucets in the kitchen.
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