How to Make a Bedroom Accessible for Disabilities

Your bedroom should be your oasis for rest and relaxation at the end of a long day. Even if you have to spend a lot of time in your bedroom due to your disability, it should be a comfortable place where you can relax and live in with ease.

Modifying the home to accommodate for living with a disability is an option for all the rooms in your home, though your bedroom is among the most important. A bedroom should be a space for healing and eliminating stress. You should never have to deal with added stress due to the difficulty of entering your bedroom and climbing in and out of bed.

For those who are disabled with injuries, wheelchair-bound, sensory processing disorders, or have other special needs, it’s important that certain modifications are in place to make the bedroom a comfortable and easily accessible space.

Take tips from these areas of consideration for the most important adjustments needed for a disability-friendly bedroom.