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waltier

06:36PM | 05/27/01
Member Since: 05/26/01
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Hello:
I am a spinal cord injured individual and confined to a wheelchair. I currently live in NYC, but am building a home in Hobe Sound, FL. I have special requirements with regards to bathroom space (roll-in shower, wheelchair accesible vanity and sink, and accessible toilet area). I am looking for any and all help to properly design a bathroom that will help meet my needs. Would you be interested in helping someone like myself to build a wheelchair accessible home? Even if you are not interested in the entire home project, I would greatly appreciate any help and input on the bathroom design. This is extremely important to my needs in life, and it would be reassuring to have someone of your knowledge to guide us through. Please contact me at waltier@aol.com as soon as possible, for this project needs to get started. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Sincerely, Walter Rynasko

Jay J

05:06PM | 05/28/01
Member Since: 10/26/00
782 lifetime posts
Hi waltier,

Real quick answer - BEFORE you get too far, you might want to contact the ADA for advice on the ENTIRE house; not just the bathroom. Your situation is beyond the bathroom as well.

Even if you're OK w/the rest of the house, now is the time to 'check' yourself. Later, well ..., it could be too late.

My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

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