"Visitability" is the idea or a conviction or sometimes an ordinance that all new homes should be built with a few specific features that make it easier for disabled people to visit, to come for dinner or a meeting, to comfort a sick friend, to be part of community. For over a quarter of a century Eleanor Smith and her organization Concrete Change have spread the word, changed laws, and made us all smarter.
And now, Eleanor is retiring. But she and Nadeen Green have written a children's story to keep the visitability movement spreading on into the future. Libby and the Cape of Visitability is an e-book available from all the usual places.