Better Living Modular Homes are prefab houses designed for use by wheelchair or walker users and others with physical disabilities. These homes are affixed to a permanent foundation (crawl space, basement, or pilings) and have floor plans with one to five bedrooms and one to three bathrooms. Features include wider hallways and doorways; closets with bi-fold doors; expanded space in bathrooms; rocker-style light switches for individuals with fine motor disabilities; light switches set lower in th
Excel 50+ Modular Homes are prefabricated houses designed for use by seniors or individuals with physical disabilities. The modular process allows builders to construct multiple units and larger facilities at lower cost. All home types can be customized with accessible design plans.
The Flip a grip folding support handle is designed for individuals that have balance difficulties, anyone with poor special awareness, or those who need a little extra help walking through doorways. This product glows in the dark so it is visible in the dark when those with visual impairment may benefit from its use. It mounts on doorways or on the stairs or between a door and a screen door. Product can be folded away when not needed. Latex-free non slip grip.
GHC Universal Access Homes are modular homes designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. Twelve universal access floorplans are available, and each can be customized. All doorways are wide enough for wheelchair access with lever handle locksets. Other features include Aker Barrier-Free Shower Stalls with adjustable shower heads, Gerber Elongated Handicap Toilets, stainless steel brab bars, and Merillatt 24-inch bath and kitchen cabinetry. DIMENSIONS: All doors are 36 inches wide.
The MEDCottage is a prefabricated house designed for use by senior or individuals with physical disabilities. This portable house is a freestanding unit designed to be placed adjacent to a caregiver's or family member’s house. It provides 288 square feet of living space, and it allows the occupant to be monitored by the family or caregiver in the main house. The MEDCottage gives the user privacy and independence. It features sleeping, bathing, cooking and living areas. Water, electricity, and wa