Bathroom designed around the needs of a caregiver and a person with cerebral palsy.
This bathroom was made for someone who needed to be independent while using a regular wheelchair or a shower commode wheelchair.
This wheelchair and shower chair accessible shower required using the closet space of the adjoining bedroom in order to adequately support the needs of our client.
An ADA bathroom that had to be redone into a customized accessible bathroom.
Shower not designed for wheelchair access, but rather shower and toileting access with a shower commode chair on wheels.
This wheelchair accessible ramp was made for someone who could not walk up and down their stairs, requiring the use of gurney anytime they needed to leave the home. Not only did the ramp provide safe access in and out of the home, it provided an opportunity for them to be able to sit on the lanai and wave to the neighbors.
EZ Access aluminum modular wheelchair ramp was used instead of a permanent wooden ramp due to property setback issues.
A Surehands ceiling track system was used to maintain the independence of someone with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)/Lou Gehrig’s disease. Barrier’s identified: Case study coming. Case study coming. Case study coming. Unique solution: Skills used: User testimonials: