Accessible Construction Inc.

Mission Statement: Our goal is to help as many Seniors and people with Disabilities to be Safer, More Independent, and More Accessible in their homes, by providing unique individualized solutions so that they can remain in their homes for as long as possible.

About Accessible Construction Inc.

Adam Fine is the founder and president of Accessible Construction, Accessible Design & Consulting, and The Accessible Group of Companies, Inc. Our initial business (Accessible Design & Consulting) was started in 1998 in Sausalito, CA when Adam’s father was diagnosed to be in the later stages of Parkinson’s Disease. As Adam started to research services and products that might help his father, he realized that he could be become a tremendous asset overtime to the Disabled, and Senior Populations.

Accessible Construction specializes in Accessibility Assessment, ADA Consulting, Project management and Accessible Residential and Commercial Retrofits. We also provide a full range of homecare and mobility products
including vehicle lifts, ramps, vertical platform lifts, hillside trams, stairlifts, scooters, and power chairs. We are one of the only companies in North America that truly provide a “one-stop shopping experience” – combining Construction Services with Medical, Mobility, and Homecare Products.
Mr. Fine created his companies with two main purposes in mind:  1) To be a full-service company by helping people remain safe and independent in their home or business for as long as possible, and 2) To design with elegance and provide accessible products and modifications that are pleasant to the eye… “Just because you have a disability doesn’t mean that your environment has to look that way.”
In 2012, Mr. Fine sectioned off the internet portion of his business and formally created This company focuses on providing homecare and mobility products to the world, as well as warehousing and selling our highly popular “collapsible water dam and end caps line” that we manufacture here in Southern California. In 2019, Mr. Fine and his wife (Olga Jaramillo) launched a second Accessible DME Website called “Accessible Bathrooms, Inc”. In the Fall of 2023, we opened a new satellite office in Indio, CA specifically dedicated to serving the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas.

You can reach Adam Fine directly: 

Mobile: 310-925-4330  


Company websites:

Memberships and Certifications
California Licensed General Contractor – ‘B’ Lic. # 1103540
CAPS certified (Certified Aging in Place Specialist)
CEAC certified (Certified Environmental Access Consultant)
CMSA – Board Member (‘09/’10) (Case Mngt. Society of America – So. Cal Chapter)
Member NAHB (National Association of Home Builders)
Contracts with VA and California Regional Centers
HUD Conference Speaker ‘04
Speaker at Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Santa Barbara County Rehab Hospitals, Senior Facilities, and
Industry Group Meetings, including Speaking Engagements at a number of LA Parkinson’s Supports Groups
Expert Witness – Worker’s Comp. and Medical Malpractice Cases
Regular Speaker for Parkinson’s, Stroke, MS, and other major Disability Seminars
House Captain – Christmas in April/Rebuilding Together – 2000 (San Francisco), 2017/2018 (Lake Arrowhead)


Accessible Construction Inc. has been a member of the Wellness Village since 2023

Serving the Southern California Region

Products and/or Services Available

  • Ramps and Landings
  • Walkers and Standing Aids
  • Wheel Chairs & Scooters
  • Parkinson's Specific Mobility & Quality of Life Supplies
  • Modular Ramp Rentals
  • Ramps / Lift & Car
  • Exercise Equipment
  • Bathrooms & Kitchen Accessibility
  • Grab Bars
  • Bathroom Aids
  • Living & Bedrooms
  • And Much More!

Contact Us

Parkinson's Resource Organization
74785 Highway 111
Suite 208
Indian Wells, CA 92210

Local Phone
(760) 773-5628

Toll-Free Phone
(877) 775-4111

General Information


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Updated: August 16, 2017