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In celebration of the 50th anniversary, Nichole (host) will be recording podcast episodes at the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) conference this year! This is a way for researchers to share their work with a broader audience.

S1, E10 Universal Design for the Home

Join this thoughtful conversation with Scott Fulton. Scott is the owner of Home Ideations in Wilmington Delaware. He is skilled at incorporating universal design into home remodels, and thus creating spaces that beautifully fit the unique needs of the homeowners. He has a passion for teaching and is currently a lecturer of Active Aging in Place at the University of Delaware, and instructor at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Scott has a background in business and a degree in Engineering from St. Lawrence College. He has a combined 35 years of experience in business, research, and engineering consulting. His engineering work centered on public transportation. Most well known of his projects include: the Las Vegas Monorail and Amtrak Acela, which is their high speed train.

Exposed to disabilities at a young age and throughout adulthood, Scott experienced first hand the challenges created by limitations in the built environment. As his career progressed, he transitioned into designing solutions for retirement age homeowners intending to help them make their homes beautiful, sustainable, livable environments.

Universal Design Inspirations

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Nichole Kain


About your host: Nichole Kain is a universal design and aging-in-place consultant, her work is based in solid research and guided by a deep appreciation for the power of place and importance of personal choice. 

Nichole is the founder of Home and Place Project. With a background in occupational therapy, environmental gerontology, and training as a certified aging in place specialist, she helps homeowners, researchers, and business owners go beyond ADA to create beautiful and inclusive environments.

To connect, collaborate, or just learn more about Nichole and her work, please visit: www.homeandplaceproject.com 

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Nichole Kain