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Mobility and Strength Challenges

Adele Segel, President of Relocate & Renovate, Inc. specializes in creating environments usable by people of all ages and abilities.

Here are things you can change in your home to meet mobility and strength challenges:

- Switch your faucet from a pull- to a lever-operated one or "hands-free" and you'll find that it's much easier to use.

- Cabinet shelves can be installed on rollers; no more hard-to-pull-out items or install cabinets on a remote.

- Lower the vent hood so controls can be within easier reach.

- Install appliances with easy touch controls; preferably in front of stove and one oven with two-doors.

- Raised dishwasher and washing machines for easier access.

- In the case of limited hand flexibility, switch out existing drawer pulls to stylish "arc" pulls that enable users to just slip their hand behind and pull gently.

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