The Accessible Canada Act recognizes the existing human rights framework that supports equality for people with disabilities in Canada. It involves identifying, removing, and preventing barriers in public and private entities to provide equal access to their goods, services, and activities. A major part of meeting this obligation is providing accessible facilities. When buildings, such as restaurants, shopping centers, medical clinics, schools, courthouses, etc. are inaccessible, they pose a major barrier to people with disabilities and severely limit equal access to participation in public life.
These standards provide minimum requirements for the accessible design to achieve both accessibility and safety for people with disabilities. Both public and private entities may design elements that go beyond the minimum standards to provide greater levels of accessibility.
As an Architect, Builder or Designer you need a partner you can trust to modify a home or business to accommodate accessibility solutions
The Access Store has been helping contractors, architects & designers in Manitoba to fulfill specification and installation needs. We specialize in assessing projects from public tenders as well as private projects for landlords and property management companies.
Here are some of our solutions for you:
- Power door operators
- Patient lifts
- Chair & inclined platform lifts
- Vertical platform lifts
- LULA elevators and ramps
- Emergency & portable evacuation devices
- On-site assessments
- Project management services
- Maintenance to all makes and models of lifts
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The Access Store does a fantastic job servicing our Elevator. The Technicians are thorough and knowledgeable. In fact, I find all the staff so friendly and accommodating.
I purchased my Batec handbike from The Access Store and it has given me this beautiful gift of freedom and independence. All the staff have been so friendly and accommodating for any service and adjustments I needed for a comfortable ride.