Could Someone in a Wheelchair Visit Your House?

Suburban Architecture Shows Our Assumptions and Our Ableism

Woman in wheelchair on neighborhood street. Photo by Steven HWG on Unsplash

Not a single house in my neighborhood is wheelchair accessible, not even the ground floor. Every house could be.

Why should I care? After all, I am not in a wheelchair. I have never needed a wheelchair — yet. One day, though, I will. And you will too.