A 1 bedroom flat in Toronto, Canada

Looking from bedroom to living room

Sleeps 2 people

Wheelchair-friendly

Rooms

1 living room
1dining room
1 kitchen
1 double bedroom
1 bathroom
1 toilet

Suitability

suitable for a wheelchair user
The home is suitable for people with
a family with a disabled child
a mobility impairment

Accessibility adaptations

Kitchen

I have kitchen work surfaces at a good height for me to use
I have a cooker, and other kitchen appliances at a good height for me to use
there is a hoist

Bedroom

1 accessible double bedroom
Hoyer Lift Touch Lamp Queen Size adjustable bed Ceiling fan with remote

Living room

Balcony with level access

Bathroom/shower

I have a wet room/roll in shower
I have an accessible bathtub

Toilet

I have a right-hand transfer onto my toilet
I have push-up bars to get onto/off the toilet

Mobility

Wheelchair access

Bathroom
Bedroom
Kitchen
Living Room
Dining room
Inner door width
At least 32 inches (812mm) (USA standard)

Inside

There are no steps inside my house
Inside my home I use
an electric wheelchair

Entrance

There are no steps into the house
Front door width
at least 32 inches (812mm) (USA standard)

Additionally...

My home also has

wifi
streaming tv services (Netflix etc)
a washing machine
a tumble dryer
parking/garage
Track ceiling lift in the bedroom Queen size adjustable bed Pull-out couch in living room Paid laundry room in basement Paid Parking

Outside

There is a garden the garden is accessible There's a patio There's a balcony

In the area

We live in a one bedroom apartment in mid-town Toronto within 5 minute walk/wheel to an accessible subway station

Pictures

can either shower in bathtub or in front of sink in shower chair
Pullout Couch