Needs handrails on either side for those with balance issues. Planter also needs to be removed so that you can turn right if in a wheelchair, walker, using crutches or pushing a stroller or shopping cart.
The Disabilities Act calls for structural modifications for existing buildings to better provide for the disabled. This includes adding ramps, lowering phones, adding braille markings, rearranging tables, and replacing door handles.
ReliAble Living in Toronto installs or builds customized wheelchair ramps to make your home or residence accessible with wheelchair from outside. With a quick in-home visit, we can assess whether a wheelchair ramp is an appropriate solution.