Safety & Accessibility
Creating an environment to live independently at home
Visual & Mobility
We can design around the areas you struggle the most with. Grab Bars and safety railings are perfect to prevent falling. Ramps are another great option for those that struggle with going up and down the stairs, or need to assistance of a walker, wheelchair, or other medical equipment. With height challenges, lowering the height of countertops and sinks in the kitchens and bathrooms make it easier to access. Improving the lighting and making sure the hallways are free from clutter can help relieve visual difficulties.
Chronic Conditions & Smart Technology
Some other accommodations we work with involve chronic conditions. Making sure any medical equipment is properly set up and usable is a top priority. Smart-Home Technology is another option we look at to lighten up the weight of living alone. This technology allows for automatically locking doors, turning on and off lights, controlling the temperature, and more. With conditions that make it hard to get up and down repeatedly, having these systems in place make it easier and safer to remain independent in your own home.