With the wonders of modern science and health care, it is possible for more and more individuals to stay living in their own homes in spite of mobility difficulties. The challenge often comes in trying to adapt the home to the individual, as every case is unique and what may work for some, may not work for others.
Modifying a home can often feel overwhelming which is the last thing anyone needs when bringing someone back home after a hospital stay, or simply trying to adjust to a new vision of normal. Fortunately, there are resources out there to make this process easier.
The American Disabilities Act, or ADA works to provide resources and guidelines for those in need, including floor plans for various bathroom and kitchen remodels based on an individual's abilities. Whether it be a modified counter top and drop-down cabinets allowing someone to continue to cook their own meals, or a safe entry shower and tub to be able to take care of their own hygiene, your home doesn’t have to be yet another challenge to work around.
Carl has experience in modifying homes to feel comfortable and functional. And you don’t need to compromise style for functionality either. Give him a call today to discuss your vision and help make that dream a reality.