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If you provide toileting and changing assistance to older children or teens in a school environment, you’re probably aware of the need for adult changing tables in these spaces. But it’s less likely that you have access to a mobile shower trolley. Also known as...

American Disabilities Act has specific guidelines for making kitchens more accessible to users. Here are some general guidelines: Kitchen floors should be clear of any obstructions that may impede mobility devices or present a danger to individuals at risk of falling. Kitchen doors and throughways must...

As we become more aware of access issues in our buildings and communities, it's important to consider every detail of accessibility. In this article, we'll focus on bathroom washbasins—specifically on wheelchair sinks that meet or exceed ADA requirements, and how they can make both public...

There are many details to consider when you’re planning any bathroom remodel, but especially when you’re designing for accessibility. Since most modern bathrooms are characterized by tight spaces and bulky appliances, it’s no surprise that bathroom routines can be difficult and frustrating for wheelchair users...

For wheelchair users, the most basic and essential daily tasks can prove to be extremely challenging, and most often, the reason has little to do with their mental or physical abilities. The obstacles of navigating spaces around objects and furniture, accessing out-of-reach controls (like light...

Caring for a family member with a disability means constantly working to meet ever-changing needs—and we get that more than most. When that family member is a child that needs help with bathroom routines, your need for the right in-home equipment grows as quickly as...

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