ADA Certified Disability Accessible Toilets Raleigh, NC

An ADA certified wheelchair toilet is often the best option for people in wheelchairs or for those with mobility issues.

However, finding such a toilet, knowing if it’s right for your bathroom, and properly installing it can all be major challenges, especially if you are new to accessibility products.

Thankfully, however, you’re not alone. Here at Orthopedic Service Company, we’re proud to offer free in-home assessments to help you choose the best mobility products and accessories to meet your family’s unique needs.

Consider the Size of Your Bathroom

When choosing a handicap toilet, it’s important to think about the total size of your bathroom, as well as the space you have for installing a toilet.

Not only will you need to accommodate the toilet, but you’ll also need to leave plenty of space around the toilet for easy maneuverability. Plus, you’ll need to consider the size of any lifts or other assistive devices you plan to use with the toilet.

This is where our in-home assessments come in handy. We’ll determine how much space you have for a toilet, what toilets and other necessary devices will safely fit into that space, and if a full bathroom remodel or other less permanent options would work best for making your bathroom more accessible.

Consider Your Wheelchair Type

When selecting an ADA certified disability toilet, you also have to consider the type of wheelchair you will be using with the toilet.

In some cases, if the type of toilet you can fit and/or afford doesn’t match with your wheelchair, you’ll have to decide whether to change your wheelchair or to make alterations to your bathroom.

Making big decisions like these can be tough. But, we can get to know you, your needs, and your budget, and help you to discover and choose the options that will best suit you and your home.

Consider Physical Needs

To buy a proper ADA certified toilet, Raleigh, NC residents must think about the physical needs and abilities of the user.

Some users may have enough mobility, for example, that a traditional toilet, used in conjunction with a lift or other assistive device, may be just fine.

Others, though, may need a more advanced specialty toilet. Because we do our best to get to know each client and their requirements on an individual basis, we are an excellent resource.

Contact Us Today

As you can see, a lot of thought and preparation has to be done to choose the right Raleigh, NC disability toilet.

But, with us by your side, this task can be made a whole lot easier!

Contact us today to be on your way to a better, more accessible bathroom.