Making Home Accessible
Ms. J, recovering from brain surgery, found it difficult to navigate her home starting from the steps and the entry. A vertical chair lift and other modifications make it easier on her and her caregivers.
Large Step Becomes Two
The owner of this house, Mr. C, who has suffered not one but two strokes, struggled every time he entered or left his house because of these steps.
A local middle school required a stair lift to be installed to accommodate their students.
Tall & Shallow Steps Become Safe
The entrance to Grace's home possessed three steps that were shallow and had a very tall rise which were now difficult to climb given her recent injury.
Two Unusable Bathrooms Become One Barrier-Free Bathroom
When Rose Marie was stricken with a stroke the bathrooms in her home became too small for daily activities.
Sidewalk Steps Become a Driveway
Mr. T had not left his home in months after being confined to a wheelchair. Three steps from the sidewalk posed an obstacle Mr. T could not traverse.
Unused Master Bath Becomes Barrier-Free
Grace had a garden tub unit in her master bathroom she had not used in over ten years!
Ramp Needed – NOW!
Carol needed a way to get her ailing husband, who was in a nursing home, into the home that they had lived in for the past 30 years – the home where they raised their family.
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