Fully wheelchair accessible roll-in therapeutic steam shower. Showers for people with disabilities can be beautiful, too!
Wet rooms are particularly good for those whose motion is restricted, such as the senior or handicapped. There is no demand for a shower tray, making access to the shower much easier.
Inspiration Friday… Loving the wood tile wall installation in this bathroom! So fresh🌿.
On this Memorial Day weekend, remember to take time to honor the true meaning. May we never forget those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
There are a lot of events and activities to do this weekend in Detroit.
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Have a great weekend!
Have you heard of Virtual Reality?
The most common access to Virtual Reality is the Samsung Galaxy Gear. This kit consists of a headset that you put your Samsung phone in (shown in video below) and then put that head piece on. This form of technology has the ability to take you anywhere in or out of this world, using the Samsung phone screen.
My first experience with Virtual Reality, or VR, was this Samsung. It is almost like putting on goggles that give you a 360 degree view of any image or video the phone is displaying.
When I put on the VR Gear, I saw a video of a National Forrest. It was incredible, I felt like I was really there. I was amazed that I could go anywhere I wanted with this VR, which meant that anyone else can too. Even someone in a wheelchair or someone who is bed bound. It was like a light bulb turned on in my brain. And I was not alone!
Watch the video below from USA Today, where Tim learns about VR and tries it out!
My favorite quote from Tim was,
" Everywhere is Accessible! "
That's the beauty of this technology. It is accessible and makes everything accessible!
I hope that the VR experience shows Tim that he can do all the things he dreams of doing. To learn more about Tim and how you can help, go to his GoFundme page.
What do you think about Virtual Reality? Do you have experience with it?
Let us know in a comment below!
The BFA,LLC. team is currently working on a Roll in shower for a client. Take a look at the progress our team has made already.
After demolition, the crew has a blank slate, where they work their construction magic!
What do you think about this shower?
Want your bathroom to look like this?
Call us today to learn more about Roll-in Showers at 734-414-9525 or feel free to contact us via email.
Watch this video from NPR, that educates others on American Sign Language and its differences.
Did you learn something new? Do you already know ASL and would like to add something?
Let us know by commenting below!
Happy Wednesday Friends!
In honor of Wellness Wednesday, lets talk about exercise!
There are many kinds of exercises you can do, no matter your age or ability.
What Tyrell told The mighty in his interview is right, “Being disabled, we always have to adapt.” He says "started small" at home, using water battles as weights and from there progressed. Even if you cannot move a certain muscle, ask for help.
Watch the video below that Tyrell Eddy and Lisa Rivera from The Axis Project in New York City, made on 7 simple exercises you can do in a wheelchair.
I will leave you all with this quote from Tyrell,
“Even if you have no mobility, but can move your head, keep moving your head. Keep moving something, The more you do it, the better it gets, the stronger you get.”
What is your favorite exercise? Which exercise looks interesting to you?
Leave a comment below.
This is Dan Holt. He has his law degree and is taking his exam to be able to practice as a lawyer. If you know about Cerebral Palsy, you know that it can't stop you from reaching your goals.
Our motivation is being advocates for people with disabilities. Everyone has the right to an accessible home and to live as independently as possible.
What is your motivation? Comment below.
The BFA,LLC. is a certified dealer for HARMAR lifts. The most popular are the Pinnacle stair lifts.
Why use HARMAR Premium Stair lifts?
- No maintenance required
- Hassle-free unit
- We do not have to repair these lifts due to their premium quality part and electronics.
- Made in the USA
- This means that parts and customer service are accessible and fast.
- An investment that will last a lifetime.
... But, why not use the cheaper brands on the market?
- Parts are made in other countries, which makes it more difficult to get parts and assistance.
- Bad quality
- The materials and electronics are low quality. This causes a lot of malfunctions and problems with the lift.
- Repairs are needed after 1 year of installation.
- Overall, this is more of a nightmare than an investment.
Lastly, HARMAR has three different Pinnacle Stair lift units, for three different budgets. All are premium quality and professional installed by a certified technician.
When it comes to accessible home modifications, especially assistive equipment, they have to be reliable. The main reason someone needs these services, is for peace of mind. The way you can have the peace of mind is when the products and the job, are premium quality and proper installation.
BFA LLC. has been working with assistive equipment, like stair lifts, since 2002. We have worked with the cheaper brands and they really are not worth it.
As always, we want to know what you think. Feel free to comment, email us or call the BFA LLC. office to learn more about accessibility solutions.