Do you live a small house or apartment? What have you done to accommodate your mobility aids?
I live in a house that was built in 1927 so it’s a relatively smaller house. We’ve had to put expandable door hinges on several doors in our home to allow more room for my wheelchair. Some entryways are still narrow and I still end up scratching either my wheelchair or the wall. My bedroom is also small and doesn’t have much room for my chair. My family had to play around with furniture and the layout of my room in order to make more floor space.
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