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Accessible Housing for Wheelchair Users

It's not something I've often sat and thought much about but it's something we should all be more aware of -- accessible housing for wheelchair users. Most of us are lucky enough to not have to use a wheelchair, but what if that (god forbid) changed? Do we really know just how many things would need to be changed? Read the below info graphic to see just how many things that we do daily would be affected.

I know, I know, it's not something we really like to sit and think about or imagine, of course we don't! But it's something that perhaps we should all be a little bit more aware of as to understand some of the challenges that wheelchairs users around us face every single day!

This info graphic is brought you in association with Osbornes Solicitors: http://www.osbornes.net. 

Accessible Housing for Wheelchair Users




This post is in collaboration with Osbornes Solicitors.

1 comment

  1. Thanks for this. I am a fulltime wheelchair user and in an ideal world all housing should be built for wheelchairs but it isn't.
    When i was first in a chair i had to move from a house to bungalow and the council don't seem to have any accessible ones so we have to make do with partly adapted ones. However i am hugely grateful to be housed x

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