Inside Aimee Copeland’s New, Accessible Living Space

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After hearing the story of Aimee Copeland, the 24 year-old Snellville woman who lost her limbs to a flesh-eating disease in May, a group of local building contractors led by Pulte Homes and The Home Depot joined together to give her an unforgettable homecoming. The team created “Aimee’s Wing”, a new two-story, 1,956 square-foot addition to Copeland’s childhood home that includes an easily accessible bedroom, bathroom, study area and more. Improvements such as a kitchen remodel and an exterior facelift were also done on the original home, which is connected to Aimee’s Wing by an elevator. Check out photos from Aimee’s Wing courtesy of Warren Bond:

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