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.
08 December 2014
If you or your loved one have trouble staying steady on your feet, using wheel chairs around the home is a great way to minimize your risk of falls. You’ll have to make a few adaptations, such as using a grabber stick to reach items on shelves, and perhaps installing drop-down cabinets to make working in the kitchen and bathroom simpler. If your home has two floors or stairs leading to the front door, you’ll also want to look into installing a wheel chair lift to allow you to get up and down the stairs.
02 February 2015
Stairs present one of the greatest challenges of getting older or becoming disabled. Whether your knees ache, or your muscles simply won’t cooperate, wheel chair lifts can make getting up and down stairs less of a chore, and more of an enjoyable ride.
Wheel chair lifts come in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Thus, it’s possible to install them in even the tiniest of spaces. Thus, the footprint they create can be minimized simply by selecting the right lift.
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