A Novel Idea for MS Living: An Accessible Add-on for a House
Accessible, but is it affordable?Wheel Pad isn’t inexpensive. The base price is $75,000. (The company says it’s selling its first 15 units for $60,000, and they have about a dozen left.) Extras, such as a larger bed, built-in lighting upgrades, composting toilet, and solar panels — well,
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