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Bathrooms are one of the most common areas where accessibility mistakes occur. 

An accessible stall and an ambulatory stall are two different types of restrooms; however, they are often mistaken as interchangeable.  To create an accessible restroom, review the following standards: 

In some cases, creating a fully accessible, single-user or "family" restroom will solve any accessibilty issues. This is true in many older or historic buildings in which the overall ADA standards are much more lenient. However, it is a best practice to always provide an accessible stall in a multi-user restroom in order to meet this standard and be fully accessible. 

Click Here for Interactive Standards Map for Bathrooms »

Funding for this site was provided by:

Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council
Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living