Three Changes to Make a House Safer for Less Mobile People

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If you or a family member has mobility difficulties, it is important that they are able to be safe in the home and also able to be as independent as they want to be. Around the home there are many risks and dangers to people who have reduced mobility – disability aids like this are really helpful when it comes to helping people in the home. Here are some of those risk areas to look out for…

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Bathroom – Bathrooms are often slippery, and of course, getting in and out of baths and showers is something that is more challenging to people who have mobility difficulties. Fortunately, there are lots of amazing ways that you can improve this – walk in baths, and wet rooms are a great way to make a bathroom safer and easier to use.

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Hallway – The hallway of a home can pose a range of hazards. Often, they can be dark, which increases the risk of having a slip or a fall, so good lighting is a way to make it safer. Also, it is a good idea to put rails in the hallway to grab onto.

Stairs – Stairs can be in the home as well as outside. Putting a ramp on external stairs and indoors when there are a couple of steps up or down is a good idea. For longer flights of stairs, a stairlift is the best way to make it safer.

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