My husband and I are incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to have an accessible house built for us by our local high school's trade school. They build a house every year and have been building accessible homes for the past 4 years. Actually, they build for a non-profit foundation every year. We are the "client" of the foundation. We pay for land, supplies, and any work requiring a licensed contractor. It's a really great opportunity for us as we do not have a budget that would allow for us to build any other way. While it's been in the works for awhile, we were just given final approval. We are in crunch time to purchase land, finalize plans, etc before school starts in the fall. I've reread everything written on this site to get lots of great ideas. One thing I'm wondering is what is the ideal height for tables, counter tops etc? Our son is not yet in a powerchair, so I don't have anything to go by. I'd appreciate your input.