About Handicapped Bathrooms


I am on a mission to bring the ideas, inspiration, and creativity of aging in place to as many people as possible. I have been writing about it since 2002.

For many years, I’ve been helping the elderly and the disabled. I began my career as a nursing assistant before caring for family members. Over the years, I’ve used several of the products on this website, and I understand how essential they are to those who have medical needs.

Aging in place is a term used to describe the process of growing older in the comfort and security of one’s own home. It can involve modifying the house, such as adding a wheelchair ramp or a stair-lift. It can include adjusting to an older person’s daily routine, such as taking a ride to the grocery store.

The bathroom has become a place where people with disabilities can feel welcome and independent. Every day, new devices are being designed to make life easier for seniors in their later years – whether they’re living independently or receiving care from professionals at home, in a nursing home, or an assisted living facility.

I have worked in the interior design industry for over 20 years. As a result, I have gained a wealth of knowledge about what works and what doesn’t in home design—working directly with people renovating and designing their existing or new homes. As a result, I have a vast knowledge of what works and what doesn’t, which I can share with you on this website.

After looking at many solutions and designs, I discovered that the handicapped bathroom was becoming more pleasant and comfortable. Today, many items on the market make everyday activities easier for persons with special needs. Every day, there is a new design or gadget created to improve the living conditions of older people.

I’ve been a freelance writer and blogging about aging in place for over ten years. As a result, I understand the significance of making changes to one’s house and daily routine to live a pleasant and safe life as one gets older.

I enjoy traveling, reading inspiring books, warm fuzzy slippers, and learning daily things.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments. I welcome all feedback,

Thank you for visiting my website.

Sharon Lynn

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