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Sinks & Faucets - Tips for People with Disabilities

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THE ACCESSIBLE HOME: SINKS & FAUCETS

If you have a weak grip, little or no use of your hands, or trouble getting close enough to the sink, it can be difficult to wash your hands, let alone do dishes or prepare meals. The tips and products in this section will making using sinks and faucets easier.

For more tips, products, and strategies for making your home more accessible, see "Home Accessibility: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier," by Shelley Peterman Schwarz, available at a library or bookstore near you or at Amazon.com.
Tips & Products: Sinks & Faucets
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Install wrist blades on water faucets
  Separate hot and cold water knobs can be replaced with wrist blades. These...

Use an automatic faucet control device to turn water on/off easily
  People who have trouble turning a faucet on or remembering to turn the water off might try...

Show all family members where the main water shut off valve is located
  Show all family members where the main water shut-off valve is located

Touchless faucets turn water on and off automatically
  A faucet with an electric eye that senses hands in front of it and turns the water on and off automa..

Turn faucets on/off easier with longer kitchen lever arm faucets
  Kitchen faucets usually have longer levers, so they are easier to use in both the kitchen and...

Mark hot water faucet with a dab of red polish
  Remembering which is the hot water faucet


   
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