Maryland real estate broker Lynn Semenuk is creating a project in the Landmark Education SELP program to modify the house of a disabled veteran so that they can move freely about their home. Titled Adapt Adobes for Wounded Warriors, the project came about out of Semenuk’s desire to see wounded veterans taken care of after their return the United States.
Through her many connections in the real estate business, Semenuk’s efforts have resulted in a number of local businesses who have pledged materials or services to make renovations, which could include widening doorways and lowering countertops and light swtiches for easy wheelchair access. Semenuk says that people have been eager and willing to step in and make a difference.
The project is now in the stage of selecting a candidate for assistance from Queen Anne, Talbot or Caroline county. To suggest a candidate or get involved, contact Semenuk at 410-827-5652. To read more details about Adapt Adobes, read the full story at the Shore Update website.