RJ Adler

RJ has spent an exciting marketing career that spans fundraising at The Keewaydin Foundation, his boyhood summer camp, and Community Organizing at SunCommon, a solar energy company. A keen interest in accessible housing has driven him to WheelPad where he aims to help more people live independently. RJ lives in Berlin, VT with his wife and daughter, where he enjoys going outside, dancing, and playing music.

Wheel Pad

WheelPad is dedicated to those who need mobility solutions and seek independence at home.

WheelPad is a company centered around those who desire choices when faced with injury, disability, or chronic health complications. We believe you should have the choice to remain at home to heal and live. We are proud to offer tiny home style accommodations with true universal accessibility, ready to adapt to your home and property, and to any lifestyle change.

WheelPad offers our Personal Accessible Dwellings (PADs) for living, and healing, at home.

Compared to accessible home renovations, our platform can be deployed in weeks, rather than months, offering a perfect solution to caring for a loved one at home, moving grandparents closer, or simply enjoying independence and comfort on your property. Time is rarely a luxury when a life-changing event is presented, so we designed WheelPAD home attachments to deliver accessibility and comfort, fast.

The Future of Universal Accessibility at Home:
Opportunities, Funding Availability, Policy, and How You Can Help

The Future of Universal Accessin=bility at Home will go over the following:
1. ADUs, and their adoption
2. Federal Incentive Legislation for Aging In Place
3. Financing Opportunities from The State that cover these servies.