Steve Weaver is an accessibility nerd! He has fully immersed himself into finding the most appropriate solution for his clients who want to live in their own home, regardless of age or abilities, and without it looking like a hospital. His passion for doing so was ignited from his daughter’s journey with Cerebral Palsy and, subsequently, helping his parents. Coming from a management career at a Fortune 500 high-tech computer company in Silicon Valley, Steve started EASE (Eagle Accessibility Solutions & Equipment, Inc.) in 2003 to serve the community in a meaningful way, offering clients Dignity, Opportunity, and Respect.™ Truly a family business, Steve’s wife and son are both committed to EASE’s success, as well.
Award winning design and implementation are just the beginning of Steve’s repertoire. He truly comes alive and his enthusiasm is contagious when speaking about the things he loves: making homes comfortable, safe, and accessible; advocating for others; loving and caring for someone with disabilities; and even the tough stuff—when a dear one passes. Steve’s ability to speak from the heart and answer any question has been helpful to hundreds of people who have attended conferences at which he has presented. In his youth, he earned the honor of Eagle Scout and still lives by the principles to this day.
Steve is currently on the board of directors for NARI’s Greater Sacramento chapter. He is also a Living In Place Institute Ambassador. He is actively involved with the Joni & Friends Disability Ministry, participating as a volunteer, speaker at events, and session leader for the Marriage Getaway. You might see him on the road riding his BMW with his dog in the sidecar. Steve is married to his loving wife of 30 years, Lisa; the family resides in Auburn, CA.