The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) contains guidelines for ensuring that public facilities are built to accommodate the physically challenged. It can be trying for aged and disabled people when doorways are too small to allow a wheelchair through, or when buildings have no access ramps. Even at home, suitable provisions should be made to enable people using wheelchairs to get around comfortably. People using a wheelchair or a walker will find a regular bathroom difficult to use. There are many things you would need to alter, like switching to ADA shower pans, widening the bathroom doors, getting non-skid flooring, installing grab bars, and so on.
Let’s take a close look at the modifications that should be made to bathrooms in commercial, residential and assisted-living environments to make them more accessible for the disabled.
You might have to make structural changes to the doorway of your bathroom to allow anyone using a wheelchair or walker to pass through …