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  • Writer's pictureAdam Thomas

OTAC Webinar Training with Freedom by Symphony

Updated: Jul 9

I strongly recommend you consider joining the next OTAC webinar on 15 December from 1 to 2pm and enjoy an introduction to the features and design principles of accessible kitchen design.

During this webinar I will explain key kitchen features and relate them to Part-M of the building regulations and publications such as the Wheelchair Housing Design Guide 2018.

The webinar will explain how to incorporate appropriate storage into the kitchen, and focus on additional features such as pull-out tables and accessible wall cabinets that create a safe kitchen space for people with a range of impairments.

For more details and to register as a delegate, visit the OTAC web site.

Image shows a side view of a u-shaped wheelchair-accessible kitchen with tall units in dark brown, and integrated oven to right. Wheelchair user seated at hob with large angled remote controlled extractor hood over. Hob and sink are on a long worktop that has a completely open knee unit underneath. From centre, standard height base units and a peninsula unit breakfast bar, with wall units on the far wall in cream finish. Mother and child seated on a bar stool at breakfast bar to far right.


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