Design for Elderly and Disabled Environments Bathroom Part 4 of 10 Making Homes More Comfortable and Accessible Common Barriers Mirror/Medicine Cabinet Shower Head Wall Reinforcement Shower/Bathroom Door Base Cabinet Floor Surface Toilet Lavatories Lavatory Faucet Replacement
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Part 4 of 10
Making Homes More Comfortable and Accessible
Consider trackless doorRemodeled Bathroom: Shower/Bathroom Door Replacement
One toilet uses warm water for washing and warm air for drying. This is helpful for those who have difficulties using tissue.
The distance between the grab bar and the wall should be 1-1/2”.
Grab Bars must support 250 lbs. sustained load.Remodeled Bathroom: Grab Bar
Top of rim should be no higher than 34” above floor & not lower than 29”Remodeled Bathroom: Lavatories
Single lever type faucet is easiest for most people to use
Models with a high temperature stop are available to prevent accidental scaldingRemodeled Bathroom: Lavatories: Faucet Replacement