My Blue Front Door will inspire anyone with a physical impairment to become a homeowner. What if you can’t qualify for financial help? What if you can only afford to buy the home but not the home renovation? Unlike other disability housing books, this book fills in the gap of the disabled working class and answers these questions.
Angela Fox, covers multiple resources for buying a home and modifying it to meet the needs of the disabled homeowner. As a wheelchair user, she will share her personal struggles in buying her first home in the mist of the United States’ Great 2007 Recession and shows how she successfully overcame financial and discrimination constraints.
By reading My Blue Front Door, you will:
⁃ Understand your basic housing rights .
⁃ Know what home design you should look for and tools needed when viewing homes for sale.
⁃ Discover what funding and disability organizational resources are available and how to get your voice heard.
⁃ Understand better ways to overcome unconscious bias of your realtor.
⁃ Know what renovations, assistive technology, and home appliances you should have in every room of your home to truly live independently.
⁃ Know how to effectively select and work with contractors and home improvement specialists.
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Angela Fox is a civil rights attorney by trade and active in the disability community. Ms. Fox is active in the disability community. She is a Board member of the Maryland Assistive Technology Loan (MDTAP) program. She also promotes independent living through her podcast, Accessibility Is Home, and her blog, myfrontdoorsite.blog