10 August 2014
As the senior citizen grows older, they face many challenges. They find that they cannot accomplish the things they once could. Too many face the sad eventuality of having to move into an assisted living facility. This does not have to be the case. There are options for seniors to keep their home, which allow a […]
24 October 2014
Perhaps you or a loved one are already experiencing limited mobility that makes navigating and utilizing a standard bathroom challenging. Maybe you are still fully mobile, but plan on staying in your home well into retirement, and want to make the necessary changes now to make your home more accessible. Click on title to read more.
10 November 2014
Making sure that your home is accessible to everyone that lives in it is important to the comfort and quality of life for all of your home’s inhabitants. This means that special features may need to be installed in order to assist anyone that is physically challenged, thereby making it easier for them to use your home. This is where we come in at Total Home Accessibility.
17 November 2014
Grab bars are generally a good idea whether you have anyone with physical limitations in your household or not. The bathtub can get very slippery when wet – and practically anyone could injure themselves getting in or out if they aren’t careful. In fact, the same can be said about the bathroom in general, since most of the time the bathroom has rather slick floors.
24 November 2014
Aging in place becomes possible when you have the right tools to improve your home’s accessibility. Totally Accessible Homes offers ceiling track lift systems to make home care possible, even when your mobility is limited.
A fixed or portable ceiling lift allows your caregivers to treat and move you safely. Every model is different, so you’ll need to find one that’s compatible with your individual height and weight, along with your level of mobility.
02 December 2014
It was 1997 when the principles of universal design were created. Home builders and renovators favor the spacious design of universal, accessible kitchens for people of every age and level of physical ability. Physically challenged homeowners and their visitors definitely benefit from open concepts in kitchens; they have fewer doorways and more floor space for maneuverability.
02 January 2015
Natural light can make your home feel more spacious, and it can even improve your overall mood and health. When designing an accessible home, it’s important to ensure that your source of natural light is easy to adjust without compromising your safety.
Skylights offer an accessible solution.
Skylights allow plenty of light to shine into your home throughout the day. Since they are located on the roof, they capture the sun at more angles int he sky than do windows placed on walls. A skylight, when properly positioned opens up your space and makes it feel more relaxing and natural. This is incredibly important if you spend a lot of time inside and have limited access to the outdoors.
06 January 2015
Coastal cargo lifters are designed to hold up to 250# and carry your cargo upstairs where you want it to be. The caged platform is extremely durable, and the up/down, and call/send controls allow you to control the unit whether you’re standing beside it, or at the other end of the stairs.
The car and drive system is pre-installed and runs on a defined track that is easy to place and set-up. There are no pulleys to worry about, and the 1/2 hp motor means this machine has plenty of lift for whatever you need to move. Plus, the car itself is 36” × 24” wide, and features 24” side panels. This make the car wide enough to carry the vast majority of items you need to haul. Keep in mind that it is not large enough for you to safely use as a riding elevator.
11 January 2015
Universal Design: Ramps and Lifts, Fixtures and Cabinetry — the possibilities are almost endless when it comes to accessible design options available for easy mobility in your home.
14 January 2015
Let’s face it. Getting into and out of a home or vehicle can be a chore if you are mobility-challenged and your home is not properly equipped. Here are a few suggestions for overcoming this issue with the right ramps for every part of your home from the front door and garage to the bathroom and the backyard.
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