It's easy to take health for granted, for those who are healthy and getting. But we do not get younger and we can all fall into accidents. Therefore, it is clearly advisable, and advisable, to take care of disabling the villa when it is still being rebuilt. It makes a big difference to the quality of life of the person who lives in the house when the mobility is no longer the way it should be. It also costs very little extra, adapting a house to a disability when the rebuilding is still a fact.
Accessibility has become a word of honor for construction. That everyone can live and enjoy a house is a matter of course. Nevertheless, most houses hardly have any interior that is adapted to everyone. And redevelopments are still taking place without the idea that today, the healthy homeowner, or future homeowner, may not even have the same opportunity to run on stairs, over high thresholds or pilot a wheelchair through sharp angles in a hall. In houses that are being built new, or additions, it is often a rule to take into account disability adjustment. However, it is not as simple as it sounds. Different disabilities require different solutions.
The most important thing about disability adaptation is space. There must be a swing room for a wheelchair to swing and get around. It is also necessary to have wide doors, so that a wheelchair really comes out without getting caught. A door should therefore be at least eighty centimeters wide and so positioned that it does not stop the wheelchair, which needs a swing room to enter a room. In confined spaces such as bathrooms and laundries, space also needs to be provided. For the toilet, for example, a width of at least 90 cm in width of the toilet is required for the wheelchair to be placed there before the toilet visit. One meter is even better, then an assistant can also help the disabled to the toilet.
Thresholds and level differences Thresholds and level differences are a misery for those who do not have full mobility. Throttles can often be removed completely, and if they are in place, they can be mounted for easy removal. It increases the chances of getting around the house. Level differences are another monkeys. It can be very nice and fresh with level differences, but for those who can not move properly, they soon become big and uncomfortable obstacles. It also applies to people who do not look so good.
Entrances are another weakness in a house for the disabled. This is especially true for wheelchair users. A large and spacious entrance, preferably without large level differences outside, makes it easy to enter the house. It also offers opportunities for hanging out clothes and making wheelchairs and other facilities readily available for life outside the house. The person who often visits or is wheelchair-bound, a ramp instead of the stairway to the entrance is a matter of course.
When a house has more floors than one, it will be difficult with disability. Here is the kitchen, bathroom and everything that is important to access the house is also on the downstairs. One bedroom should also be available so that the person who can not get up and down for stairs to rest at night.
A major disability for many is to be allergic. This can cause great discomfort. A house adapted for dust-sensitive people is a house where dust collecting material is avoided. It is then important to choose materials that do not affect the allergic problems. The design of the house itself also affects. Many small prongs and houses that are difficult to clean are clean the plague of the one who is allergic. Wall-hung toilets, dense floor layers and light-cleaned surfaces are gold worthy. Humidity also plays a major role in the health of those with allergic problems. The moisture itself is rarely the problem, but well the mites and bacteria that thrive in humid environments. Here an air dehumidifier can help, and good ventilation is extremely important.
There is a lot to think about in terms of disability adaptation in a house when rebuilding occurs. But it is worthwhile to think well in the future, even in the case of small reconstructions such as bathrooms and entrances. Imagine being able to use his beloved house, without big and expensive overheads, even when health is no longer tending still. It may be the lice needed to get a qualitatively good life, even when mobility deteriorates.
If you or someone living in the house still turns out to be disabled or disabled, there is support for to rebuild the house. The municipality can help to ensure that the house is handicapped and do it by providing financial contributions if needed. The contribution can be given to permanent housing - not a vacation home, and rarely covers the entire need. On the other hand, it is a good help on the way for those who need that help.