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  • Our Projects

    Freedom For Ray

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    Watch Fox News piece here

    Watch Ray enjoying his new freedom and having fun with his family in his new room.  To help fund this project, the Fantel family worked with HomeFreeHome, volunteer architect Dave Buckman, got generous support from many friends and the community. The Fantel family hopes that with support from people like you, they will be able to complete the renovations that will help Ray thrive.

    More About the Freedom For Ray Project

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     Home for Sydni

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    http://youtu.be/Io8jwh3XhX4Great news from South Boston… the Home For Sydni project is complete!
    Syndi’s Mom, Cathy Jerome, writes to HFH: “The open space of the kitchen/living room has made the most significant difference because now she can ambulate in her gait trainer, use her stander and wheelchair while also being closely monitored.”

    More about the Home for Sydni Project

    Syndi’s Mom, Cathy Jerome, writes to HFH: “The open space of the kitchen/living room has made the most significant difference because now she can ambulate in her gait trainer, use her stander and wheelchair while also being closely monitored.” – See more at: http://homefreehome.org/our-projects/a-safe-home-for-sydni/#sthash.aJI84iRk.dpuf
    Syndi’s Mom, Cathy Jerome, writes to HFH: “The open space of the kitchen/living room has made the most significant difference because now she can ambulate in her gait trainer, use her stander and wheelchair while also being closely monitored.” – See more at: http://homefreehome.org/our-projects/a-safe-home-for-sydni/#sthash.aJI84iRk.dpuf

     Home for David

    rodriguez standingdavid rodriguez1David Rodriguez of Lindenhurst is 22 years old and is a courageous contender. David lives with his family of 6, but he is often excluded from family activities, like eating dinner with the others, because his power chair cannot get through the narrow doorways of their small house. Volunteer Architect Michael Morbillo has designed an addition that will include an accessible ramp into the house, an overhead lift and a bedroom with space enough for his vital exercise routine.

    Please help us build this new home for David. Your donation, of any size, is important and much needed. Since HomeFreeHome is an all-volunteer organization, your donation to will go directly to help David and his family.
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    How Our Designs Change Lives


    HomeFreeHome is a group of volunteer architects who design barrier-free home renovations.  Our projects allow people to live with greater safety, dignity and freedom.

    HomeFreeHome was created to respond to the  growing need for accessible, safe home design for ALL.  Over 90% of homes in the United States have many barriers and are dangerous.  In fact, every year millions are injured from falls in their own bathrooms.  Universal Design enhances the quality of life, regardless of age, or ability.

    LOCAL ARCHITECTS  - We connect people living with mobility limitations to local volunteer architects to create designs for small scale construction projects such as: ramps, accessible bathrooms and kitchens.  Take a look at our wonderful projects.

    UNIVERSAL DESIGN EDUCATION - Our workshops go beyond basic ADA standards and focus on applying the principals of Universal Design in private homes.  The presentation includes examples of projects such as; no-step entries, accessible kitchens and safe bathrooms,  as well as adding to home’s value.

    Would like a to schedule a free workshop for your School, Library or Senior Center? Contact Laura Montllor, AIA at Architect@HomeFreeHome.org

    Unfortunately due to limited funding, we are no longer accepting new applications.

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    HomeFreeHome is a growing organization where donations and volunteers of all types and skills are needed. Take a look at who is involved in your state.

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