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Adapting your home may become necessary as you grow older. You may also need to adapt your home if you or a family member becomes mobility challenged..
Common alterations to make a home suitable for someone with a disability or limited mobility include:
Widening doorways and passageways, Moving light switches, door handles, doorbells and entry phones to convenient heights, Installing grab rails for support, Adapting bathroom facilities (for example, raised toilet, back rest against the toilet cistern, level deck shower, bath with hoist, hand basin at appropriate height). Locating bathroom or bedroom facilities at ground-floor level, Installing ramps to avoid using steps.
These are all things YOU can learn to do through our step by step video's. Log on now and begin your next project.
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Accessibility remodeling and Aging in Place with Living Barrier Free Pro http://livingbarrierfreepro.com/
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Learn how to remove the barriers from your loved ones home.
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Get started in a rewarding career today!
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There is a care giving, emotional value one receives from helping those needing mobility assistance.

Ramp Check List...
• Who is the ramp for
• Determine Objective
• Determine Scope of the project
• Determine if ramp will be wood or concrete
• Determine configuration of ramp
• Does the owner have a time schedule?
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We wanted to take a moment and "thank you" for creating such a beautiful and safe bathroom for Ally. It has been so much easier to transfer h,er~oto the bathroom with the roll in shower. The shower is huge, and there is so much more room to move around. Your attention to detail and the qualityof workmanship is obvious with the finished product. You went out of your way to meet our schedule and worked with us on making it affordable, without compromising quality. It is always refreshing to meet someone who cares about the work that they do everyday and takes the time needed to get the job done right. If we ever move, and need another bathroom remodeled, we will definitely request your services again, and we would recommend your services to other families with special needs children. Thank you again for all that you did for Ally.
Gina & Steve
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Help keep the one you love feeling safe and secure. Many caregivers are faced with a dilemma: Mom or Dad wants to stay in their own home, but you are worried about them living alone.
Starting Now, You can Learn How to Do Universal Design Renovations to Improve the quality of life of the Mobility-Challenged and their Families, and Help them Save a Lot of Money in the Process. Read More...  http://livingbarrierfreepro.com/index.php/accessible
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WELCOME TO LIVING BARRIER FREE PRO! Learn Accessible Living Construction. Video course made to increase your education and awareness of how to deliver accessible remodeling. Get Started Today at http://livingbarrierfreepro.com/
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Starting Now, You can Learn How to Do Universal Design Renovations to Improve the quality of life of the Mobility-Challenged and their Families, and Help them Save a Lot of Money in the Process. http://livingbarrierfreepro.com/index.php/accessible
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It’s time to help the mobility-challenged live a life that’s free from barriers, and do so independently and with dignity in their own home.
http://livingbarrierfreepro.com/index.php/learn/course
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