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There are no steps in front of entries to senior living communities, allowing those with wheel chairs or walking issues easy access into their own residences and allowing for "visitability" among all residents, whatever their physical abilities may be.
Larger toilets and showers installed with grab/support bars that assist with sitting down and getting up for individuals who have decreased back and leg strength. Anti-skid tiles and temperature adjustment devices installed to prevent any unwanted accident.
Bedrooms designed to allow sufficient room on at least one side of the bed and a parallel wall for maneuvering of a wheelchair or walker.
Larger doorways and wider corridors in common areas as well as those leading to individual apartments for easy accessibility.
Designed with extra space in front of sinks, stoves and refrigerators to accommodate individuals who may have mobility deficits or may use a walker or be confined to a wheelchair, allowing them sufficient room to maneuver and turn.
A minimally intrusive but accessible emergency call button device provided in each dwelling unit to notify staff at a central location whenever a resident may be in distress or needs someone to come to their apartment and help them.
Door and Sink hardware with lever handles as opposed to knobs, acknowledging deceased hand and gripping strength due to arthritis or other muscle/coordination issues.