Designing homes with the neurologically impaired in mind

     (Kacso Sandor/BigStock)

    (Kacso Sandor/BigStock)

    An aging baby boomer generation is generating demand for housing that can accommodate those with progressive neurological disorders.

    Home designer Theresa Clement, whose father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, found that no one was really designing homes for people like her father.

    Clement set out to change that. She will speak on the subject at the Philadelphia Home Show Friday at 4 p.m. 

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