The Sesame Disabled Access Lift
As the world changes disabled access to the world must keep up. A vast range of disabled access barriers have been created and solutions follow, from disabled access being a blind person reading a brail book to disabled access being Oscar Pistorius, with two carbon-fiber prosthetic legs, breaking the 22 second barrier in the 2004 Athens Paralympics 200 meter sprint. It is important that one day people with disabilities do not have disabled access issues and there is no reason why that could not happen.
Disabled lifts come in all shapes and sizes, from portable disabled lifts to common elevator shafts; even bath, bed and vehicle aids can be classed as disabled lifts. Disabled lifts have been designed for public or domestic use, for indoor even outdoor use. Over history disabled lifts have been adapted to overcome all types of barriers to cater for the importance of individuals' independent living. You can be assured that as new barriers are formed from developments in architecture, new ages and tastes etc, adaptations in disabled lifts will follow.