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Sachin Chogle OTR,CEAS,CAPS,MBA
I am an Occupational Therapist and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS). Many people living with disabilities, whether young or old find it difficult or impossible to get into or around their homes without help. There may be steps to the front entrance and the doorways might be too narrow. Stairs are a barrier for individuals who use wheelchairs and for those with limited leg strength. Bathrooms frequently lack sufficient room for wheelchair use and have other barriers that make them difficult or impossible to use without help. Sinks, stoves and light switches generally are too high. Home Modifications allow individuals to move about their homes more easily and enable them to choose to remain living in their own homes. Home modifications make the home easier, safer, and...
I am an Occupational Therapist and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist... More
Excellent huge door entrance and the best part - no threshold - easy for wheelchair mobility
Dressing table - cut out under the table will provide wheelchair accesibility
No threshold doors - always a good idea.
Big door entrance - no threshold!
Big door entrance with no threshold
Sliding door is a good example of universal design. It takes less space than traditional door while opening and closing.