This family made small changes to their bathroom in order to make it more accessible for the whole family, including their daughter who uses a mobility aid. The renovations were both aesthetic and functional, with a walk-in shower and a wider door to accommodate a power chair. If you didn’t know this was an accessible bathroom, you would see a beautifully decorated space that anyone would be happy to use. This is the point of invisible accessibility, making your space work for you, while still maintaining your unique style and the livablility of your home. Read the full article here.
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