Parent Solutions: Accessible Bathrooms
Have wheelchair will travel shares bathroom modifications and solutions.
Usually I am talking about accessible bathrooms in hotels and other venues but recently I asked our Facebook community to share their bathroom modifications and solutions so I could compile it into a blog. After all, the most important bathroom access is the one you use every day.
Amanda shares her bathroom solution (pictured above) for her son and comments, “I had our main floor half bathroom converted into a full handicap accessible bathroom for my son. There wasn’t a shower there before so when we had the shower added we had it to where he could use the fixed shower head, the removal one, or both. We also have a push button on the removal head that allow you to shut the water off from the hose head. It has worked great when showering my son.”
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