One of the Tiny House Blog readers Ginmar spotted this article in the Washington Post and I thought I would show it to you.
The Rev. Kenneth Dupin, who leads a small Methodist church here, has a vision: As America grows older, its aging adults could avoid a jarring move to the nursing home by living in small, specially equipped, temporary shelters close to relatives.
So he invented the MEDcottage, a portable high-tech dwelling that could be trucked to a family’s back yard and used to shelter a loved one in need of special care. Continue to read the full article at the Washington Post site.