The infographic provides a blueprint for people with mobility issues and visualizes each room in the house to make their homes wheelchair friendly. For bedroom, it is recommended to have a phone or an alert system near bed as well as an overhang lift for easier access for getting in and out of bed. For bathroom, people with mobilities issue may want to have a bath tub lift, grab bars next to the toilet as well as in the shower. Kitchen, which may be the most used room for some people, it is suggested to modify a wheelchair-accessibkle countertops and cabinet heights to easier access. For exterior of the house, a portable ramp for front entrance will make it easier to enter the house along with an all-weather stair lift. For garage, an entry door ramp for safe and quick access to the car along with floor area for easy car loading and unloading. For the basement, a stair lift so you can have access to washer and dryer and other items. The infographic also highlights some of the accessibility tips for clear pathways, standard widths, proper lighting for the house and security system to protect your home.
Infographic by: kdsmartchair