Accessibility of medical offices? People with disabilities tell the tale -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Accessibility of medical offices? People with disabilities tell the tale

06/01/2017

Photo: Woman in a wheelchair drives through an accessible entrance of a huge building; Copyright: visitBerlin, Andi Weiland | Gesellschaftsbilder.de

You usually mostly find really accessible entrances only in newly constructed medical offices. Old buildings are subject to architectural conservation and do not have to be renovated; © visitBerlin, Andi Weiland | Gesellschaftsbilder.de

Self-determination thanks to accessibility

Photo: Legs of a blind man who walks towards steps with his white cane; Copyright: panthermedia.net/AndreyPopov

Also for blind people it is not enough to only offer structural accessibility in a medical office or a hospital. Also the appropriate intercourse with patients should be a matter of course for example; © panthermedia.net/AndreyPopov

Medical offices need more than just structural accessibility

Photo: Nadine Lormis; Copyright: private

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