When It Comes to an Accessible Kitchen, Bigger Doesn’t Always Mean Better

Do you have a small kitchen that is not architecturally possible to enlarge? Do you need additional storage within an “accessible” reach range? When looking at a standard kitchen, a significant amount of storage is “out-of-reach”. For people with disabilities AND a small kitchen, the issues are compounded.

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When It Comes to an Accessible Kitchen, Bigger Doesn’t Always Mean Better

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Lifting Equipment for Safe and Easy Wheelchair Transfers

Ceiling mounted lifting device is a terrific solution for permanent lifting issues. This type of equipment will not only eliminate physical strain of operating and moving a rolling lift, but will eliminate a storage problem.

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Lifting Equipment for Safe and Easy Wheelchair Transfers

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Electrical Considerations in an Accessible Home

The beauty of any remodeling project or construction of a new home is “customization.” Prior to electrical rough-in, it is important to walk through each area undergoing construction to identify all code required electrical features and to identify any special equipment or unique activity within each room which may dictate electrical features above and beyond the norm.

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Electrical Considerations in an Accessible Home

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Wheelchair Ramp “Hide and Seek”

What does a ramp at the front of your house tell everyone about you…is it identifying you as an easy target for a crime? When the need for a ramp arises, instead of placing a ramp at the front entrance door to the house, there are two alternate locations for a more concealed ramp placement. Read the full article on disaboom.com Wheelchair Ramp “Hide and Seek”

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