PHRC Webinars

**POSTPONED** Revisiting Visitability: Design & Constructability Issues

10/10/2017 Postponed

Instructor: Christopher Hine (PHRC)

Handouts

Link to Webinar: https://meeting.psu.edu/phrc_webinar

Description

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar has been postponed.

Another component to the Universal Design Trilogy is Visitability. Visitability is a design practice that allows the dwelling to be accessed and or visited by someone who is physically disabled. In this webinar, we will take a look at different solutions from the design of the interior space and room requirements to the construction of zero-step entry details at different entry points.

 

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the physical needs that occupants may encounter throughout their time living in a home.
  2. Review how specific construction practices can contribute to the sustainability to the structure.
  3. Understand how relay unconventional details to building code inspectors and review building codes related to specific details.
  4. Review the safety component of the Visitability design and how it can impact the occupant in a positive way during their entire stay in the home.

Cost

Free to attend; $20 for continuing education credit

Credit Hours

1.0 L&I Contact Hour, 1.0 PDH, 1.0 AIA LU|HSW, 1.0 ICC Contact Hour (0.1 CEU), 1.0 NARI hour/CEU

Tags: Residential Structures and Building Code Requirements

 
 

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The Pennsylvania Housing Research Center serves the home building industry and the residents of Pennsylvania by improving the quality and affordability of housing.

We conduct applied research, foster the development and commercialization of innovative technologies, and transfer appropriate technologies to the housing community.

Pennsylvania Housing Research Center

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The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

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E-mail: phrc@psu.edu