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Playing the cards you’re dealt

Playing the cards you’re dealt

We’ve all heard the saying, “life is like a game of cards, you have to play the cards you’re dealt.” This parallel rings true on so many levels for me. It really hits home for Schulman Design and our clients experiencing limitations or changes in their physical...

Aging in Place Home Modification Conference

Aging in Place Home Modification Conference

Alberta’s seniors’ population will nearly double in the next 20 years, reaching 6.2 million by 20417 baby boomers turn 65 every minute9 in 10 older adults want to live in their homes as long as possible1 in 3 people 65+ years old will experience mobility or cognitive...

Driven by a bigger purpose

Driven by a bigger purpose

As we all start the New Year and get back to daily life—work, kids, aging parents, health—it’s easy to get caught up in the nitty-gritty details and forget (or sometimes avoid) the bigger picture. While connecting with family and friends during the holidays, I took a...

To slip or not to slip

To slip or not to slip

Significant life changes happen when we least expect them. Earlier this year, Schulman Design was approached by a couple to modify their home’s design to address their changing mobility and safety needs. The husband had recently undergone an unexpected surgery that...

Experience dementia first-hand: Virtual Dementia Tour®

Experience dementia first-hand: Virtual Dementia Tour®

Has your life been touched by dementia? Many of us have seen our loved ones experience it as they age or develop variations of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s. But what does it really FEEL like to live with it? And how can we help improve the lives of those living with...

Why hire an interior designer?

Why hire an interior designer?

Making significant design changes to your home or multi-resident facility is an important and often daunting undertaking. There are so many decisions to make, from scope and budget to the intricate details of the finished product. One of the common questions we get...

Universal Design & Accessibility: Good for Everyone

Universal Design & Accessibility: Good for Everyone

We all vary in our physical, cognitive and visual abilities, which change throughout our lives. We are affected not only by the aging process but by other life changes, including bearing children, medical procedures and operations, illness and unexpected events and...