From Carroll County Times: (click for full article)
Melanie Lewis and Dave Coughlin envision wood vinyl-like linoleum as they walk on the unfinished floors of a one-story home in Westminster. They look at the dry wall of what will be a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, a living room and imagine it masked in an antique white paint.
As the pair leaves the house, ladders and buckets inside, Coughlin pats Lewis on the back.
“You did it, kid,” he said. “You built your house.”
The home on Arnold Drive mirrors the architectural style of the 15 others in the Overlook at King’s Park neighborhood. But it’ll be a universally designed home for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities because it’s owned and built by Richcroft, a nonprofit organization that provides residential services to adults and support services to adults and children with disabilities.