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Author: Bob Topping; Carol Kushner, Carol Kushner Patricia Ladia Falta Andrew Aitkens ; Canadian Housing Design Council and Policy Research Analysis and Liaison Directorate Policy Coordination Bureau Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada.; Barrier Free Design Centre.; Canada. Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada. Policy Research, Analysis and Liaison Directorate.; Canadian Housing Design Council.
Publisher: [Ottawa] : Canadian Housing Design Council, ©1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This publication is the story of how the Osbornes family, with 16 children, 15 of whom are adopted, overcame all obstacles in renovating their home to make it functional and accessible for children of different age groups and disability types.
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Topping; Carol Kushner, Carol Kushner Patricia Ladia Falta Andrew Aitkens ; Canadian Housing Design Council and Policy Research Analysis and Liaison Directorate Policy Coordination Bureau Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada.; Barrier Free Design Centre.; Canada. Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada. Policy Research, Analysis and Liaison Directorate.; Canadian Housing Design Council.
ISBN: 0662138694 9780662138693
OCLC Number: 16037656
Notes: Co-published by: Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada.
Issued also in French under title: Rénovation.
Sequel to: Making your home accessible. Cf. Forward.
Description: 53 p. : ill., plans ; 28 cm.
Responsibility: the Barrier Free Design Centre of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada ; [written and researched by Bob Topping].

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This publication is the story of how the Osbornes family, with 16 children, 15 of whom are adopted, overcame all obstacles in renovating their home to make it functional and accessible for children of different age groups and disability types.
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