Imagine trying to prepare a meal, even something simple like a bowl of cereal, from a seated position.
If you were in a wheelchair would you be able to reach a cereal bowl, or the cereal.
Most everyday dishes are kept in the upper cabinets, which are out of reach to someone in a wheelchair, or hard to reach for someone with any mobility limitations.
Anyone should be able to prepare a hot meal for themselves, but most stovetops are not safe or accessible for someone in a wheelchair.
To complete the usable workspace in the kitchen, you can also add a Height Adjustable Sink Lift. A standard kitchen sink can be difficult to use for someone in a wheelchair, if the faucet is mounted at the back, and if the sinks a very deep.
If you are a homeowner or cabinet maker looking for accessibility solutions, call our expert customer service team. They are standing by to answer your questions and help you choose the right lift for you.