When you have a disabled family member move into your home, you are going to need to do some remodeling to allow them to get around easier. Most homes are not properly equipped to accommodate disabled people, which makes remodeling a necessary task. It takes time and money to get a home ready for a disabled family member, but the work is definitely worth it.
Your bathroom is going to need some minor changes to make life easier on your disabled family member. Railings near the toilet and tub and custom walk in tubs make it easier for your family member to be able to get around and take care of themselves. You should also consider putting in a floor that offers some grip, or lay tactile strips over your slippery bathroom floor.
If your disabled family member uses a wheelchair or a walker, then you are going to need to make your doorways wider. In some parts of the house, making the doorways wider might not be possible. That is one of the challenges of remodeling your home that can sometimes be frustrating. But there is usually a way to create a path that goes around those narrow spaces to make the entire house accessible to everyone.
Family members who use a wheelchair find it difficult to be able to use standard height counters. That is why you will need to put lower counters in your kitchen and bathroom, and consider lowering your dining room table as well. You do not need to lower all of the counters, but you should make one lower area where your disabled family member can access what they need to prepare or eat food comfortably.
Sometimes it becomes necessary for families to consolidate and move disabled family members in with other parts of the family. When that happens, there is a little remodeling that needs to be done to make the situation comfortable for everyone.