I hope to create a therapeutic environment that is as accessible and barrier-free as I can, while recognizing that each person may have unique access needs. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions, specific needs, or feedback regarding accessibility.
There is a free patient parking lot behind the building, including a van-accessible parking space.
The office is in close proximity to bus routes including D Line, 40, 44.
A barrier-free route into the building can be accessed from the parking lot behind the building. There is a staircase at the front sidewalk entrance to the building.
We have a gender-neutral, single stall, wheelchair-accessible bathroom with a grab bar.
Size-accessible seating without armrests can be found in the waiting room and offices.
I have a small office; if you use large mobility equipment (power chair, mobility scooter, etc), let's chat ahead of scheduling to make sure my office space suits your needs and comfort.
My office can be made low-lighting or limited to natural lighting only. We use white noise machines to minimize outside sounds. Squeeze balls and other sensory items are available upon request.
This building does not have push-plate doors.
We ask that clients minimize their use of scented products when coming into the office.
Keep in mind that my service dog joins me in the office.