Creating an ADA Certified Wheelchair Accessible Kitchen in Cary, NC

      Do you share your home with a wheelchair user? Would you like that person to remain in your home comfortably for as long as possible? If so, then it’s important to modify the most vital areas of your home, including the kitchen.

      Fortunately, with the help of Orthopedic Service Company, that’s easier than ever before. We offer ADA certified wheelchair accessible kitchen modifications Cary, NC residents can rely on. Best of all, many of these modifications are simple and can be completed quickly, allowing your loved one to enjoy increased comfort and independence without a long wait.

      Easy Access

      In Cary, NC, ADA certified handicap accessible kitchen modifications can take many forms. However, many smaller changes can have a big impact. For example, we suggest designing or restructuring your kitchen so that the wheelchair user can access all of the main areas from one position. By placing the stove, sink, and refrigerator all in one central, easily accessible area, your kitchen can suddenly become a lot more maneuverable for your loved one.

      Before you make this change or any other, however, take advantage of our expert insight. We provide free in-home assessments in which we’ll take a look at your current kitchen setup. From there, we’ll offer suggestions on how you can easily modify your kitchen for improved accessibility.

      Lowered Countertops

      Disabled Man On Wheelchair Washing DishesIn addition to ensuring that major appliances are within easy reach, you also want your counters to be accessible. When we design an ADA certified wheelchair accessible kitchen for a Cary, NC home, we often recommend lowering the countertops a couple of inches so that they can easily be accessed from a wheelchair. Homeowners also have the option of adjustable countertops, which can be altered to suit each individual user’s needs.

      We also make sure that the areas around and underneath the counters are free of obstructions and that the counter workspace is at least 30 inches wide. These are simple changes that are easy to enact but that can ultimately make a major difference.

      Personalized Alterations

      Whether we’re focusing on countertops, cabinets, or anything in between, we always take an individualized approach to handicap kitchen design. While there are some standards for accessible design, we understand that every single person is different and has unique needs and challenges.

      Thus, instead of taking a “one-size-fits-all” approach, we’ll listen to you and strive to understand your loved one’s unique needs. From there, we can help to create a kitchen that fits them specifically.

      Contact Us Today

      Would you like to learn more about our approach and how it can be tailored to meet your needs? If so, we invite you to reach out to us. The sooner you do, the sooner you or your loved one can feel at home in your Cary, NC kitchen!