How do I make my bathroom handicap accessible?

Did you know that over 235,000 people fall in their bathrooms each year, with nearly 15% of those falls resulting in hospitalization? If you or a loved one are in need of an accessible bathroom, but do not currently have one available to you, you are not alone. Most Americans do not live in homes that have been designed with ADA guideline recommendations in mind. However, those with disabilities or those that are aging and may need more help than they did in the past do not need to leave their homes in order to feel safe and comfortable. 

There are many accessible bathroom designs that can be retrofitted into a current home, so that individuals may reside in a place that they enjoy, whether aging in place or managing a long-term disability. 

Create An Accessible Bathroom In Your Home

At EZ Rampz, we specialize in helping people with disabilities make their homes safer and more enjoyable. Our services go well beyond wheelchair accessible ramps for your home. In fact, we can help you with home improvement projects that help you work towards a more accessible home.

Bathrooms are an absolute necessity for every individual. Whether you have a small bathroom or a large one, we can help you create accessible bathrooms that work for everyone in your home. EZ Rampz offers bathroom accessibility solutions for easy wheelchair access, safe access to tubs and showers, safe toilet access and more. 

Accessible ADA Shower Access

Many bathroom accessibility issues can be solved with add-on bathroom equipment. However, tubs and showers can be a bit more complex and require some level of renovations. Bestbath wheelchair accessible roll-in barrier free showers offer bathroom safety with stylish design. These products allow you to renovate your current bathroom space into a ADA/ANSI A and ANSI B compliant design. 

If you are in need of safer bathroom options for your home, we encourage you to reach out to us today. We can schedule an in-home consultation to review your current bathroom needs and provide you with an accessible bathroom solution that will allow you to remain in your home. 

By |2020-05-19T14:07:26+00:00May 19th, 2020|Disability, Senior Care, Tips|0 Comments

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