Apartments with Handicap Accessibility

Handicap Accessibility

Find Apartments with Handicap Accessibility in Tampa, FL

You can find several fantastic apartments in Tampa with handicap accessibility that will accommodate your living needs and preferences. It is important to find a new place that is affordable while also being well-suited to your daily routine. We've made it easy for you to search for Tampa apartments with handicap accessibility so you do not have to go through the hassle of searching through several pages of unsuitable communities. Examples of apartments with handicap accessibility include apartments with elevators, a roll-in or walk in shower, wide doorways, and lower electrical switches or sink basins. Each community may be different in accessibility options, so make sure to discuss features with the leasing office before making a final decision.

Benefits of Apartments with Handicap Accessibility in Tampa, FL

Residents with a physical disability can make a smoother transition to a new apartment with handicap access in Tampa. Apartments with elevators, for example, are invaluable to residents in wheelchairs or decreased mobility. Getting in and out of the house, carrying groceries, and other tasks can be much easier with a wide elevator that is suitable for wheelchairs. While you can always find Tampa apartments that are pet friendly, service animals are not considered pets and are able to live with you inside an apartment. If the leasing office has a no pet policy, you should still notify the landlord that you have a service animal and may be required to proof of disability or proof of training for the service animal. In addition, you can also submit a request for modification of pet policies in the form of a letter.

How to Find Apartments with Handicap Accessibility

Our website will help you on your search for Tampa apartments with handicap accessibility. The search function will allow you to select "Yes" for "Handicap Access" under the filter "Apartment Features." This will provide you with an extensive list of applicable Tampa apartments. You can further narrow down this list by selecting other amenities and features in combination with handicap access, like a walk-in closet, extra storage space, and apartments near public transportation. The last feature may be important to residents with decreased mobility who need to commute to work or school near Tampa apartments. Buses in the area will be able to accommodate residents in wheelchairs and provide a quicker commute to nearby destinations.

What Questions Should I Ask about Apartments with Handicap Access?

Even if you find a good overview of handicap features available in certain Tampa apartments, it is beneficial to give your leasing office a call and discuss your accessibility needs. You may need to install bars or handles on your wall to help you get around the house and stabilize during showers or baths. Nearby Bed, Bath & Beyond will have several and products for bath safety that may be helpful in Tampa apartments with handicap accessibility. Ask your leasing office if you are able to make these modifications to your unit or if your unit already comes with these features. You can even schedule a tour of the community to decide if it's a good fit for you.

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