Aging- in Place MIchigan

Safety Home Modifications & Precautions for Parkinson's Patients

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Many adaptations can be made to the home to make it easier for a person living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) to get around and maintain their daily activities. One of the best resources for assessing and making recommendations for home adaptations is an occupational therapist.  They are licensed healthcare professionals that are focused on enabling their patients to engage in daily activities as seamlessly as possible. One of the ways occupational therapists do this is through suggesting adaptations or modifications to the person’s environment.

Home adaptations for people with PD range from small changes to major building changes requiring construction. Adaptations to the home may include:

  • Adding rails to doorways or stairs

  • Creating half steps to make large steps smaller

  • Installing ramps

  • Widening doorways

  • Removing or leveling threshold strips between rooms

  • Adding stair lifts

  • Replacing a bath with a walk-in shower

  • Installing a tub transfer bench

  • Adding shower chairs

  • Mounting bars or handrails in tubs, showers or near the toilet

  • Placing non-skid rubber bath mats in showers or tubs

  • Installing a raised toilet seat or commode frame

  • Switching out faucets to those that are easier to grasp or those that only require a touch to turn on

  • Inserting chair or bed raisers

  • Adding a handle or bed rail for getting out of bed

  • Adding a motion-activated nightlight

Click to know more on Home Adaptations and what to do next.

Aluminum Wheelchair Ramps --- Troy, MI

One more ramp installed: One more person with easy and safe access to their home. 😍

#BFA,llc is a PVI Ramps Certified Dealer in Michigan, give us a call and let us know how we can help you. We have many other alternative solutions for stair management which you can see on ADAforAll.com including stair lifts, vertical platform wheelchair lifts, inclined wheelchair lifts.

#BFA,llc is a leader in ramp sales, give us a call and let us know how we can help you. We have many other alternative solutions for stair management which you can see on ADAforAll.com including stair lifts, vertical (1).png

Limited Lifetime Warranty

  • Easy to Assemble

  • Ramp sections are welded in lengths of 3', 4' & 5'

  • Welded ramp sections are combined to create longer ramp lengths

  • Can be easily moved or reconfigured

  • Durable and weather resistant

  • Little or no site preparation required

  • All aluminum construction

  • Little or no maintenance

  • 45° and 60° platforms for those hard to reach landing areas

  • Multiple configurations to accommodate most situations

  • ADA handrail extensions, stairs, and gates available

  • Accommodates rises up to 60"

  • Standard 36" and custom 42", & 48" Wide ramping available

  • Standard 4X4, 4X5, 5X5, 5X6, 5X8, 5X10, & 6X6 platforms available

Optional handrail designs available upon request.
Multiple configurations possible.

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EMAIL US AT ADMIN@ADAFORALL.COM

OR CALL THE BFA LLC. TEAM AT 734-414-9525

Tub to Shower Conversion in South Lyon, MI - Work in Progress

There is beauty in simplicity!💕 A beautiful solution to keep your bathroom accessible. Agin- in-Place Bathroom.

Do you have any questions for our team? Comment below or feel free to give us a call at (734)414-9525

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Master Bathroom, Rochester Hills- Roll-in Shower Work in Process ( Part 2 )

Home Remodeling is not just about the look of your home, but about the space’s functionality ✨It is choosing colors, lightning, and tiles just as it is also about changing people’s lives and improving their way of living.🏡🌿.

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