Route to Entrance Assessment If you are human, leave this field blank. Is this multi-family housing? * Yes No Multi-family: apartments, condos, etc. What is the home's most accessible entrance? * Front Door Side Door Back Door Garage What's the primary surface outside? * Asphalt Concrete (smooth) Concrete (textured or aggregate) Brick Cobblestone Gravel (hard-packed) Gravel (loose) Dirt and/or Grass Wood decking Composite decking Metal (smooth) Metal (textured / slip-resistant) (Often there are multiple; pick the most prevalent one.) What is the condition of the surface outside? * In good repair. No cracks, gaps, or bumps. Easy to fix. Minor cracks, gaps, and/or bumps. Needs resurfacing. Significant cracks, gaps, and/or bumps. Bumps include broken surfaces and clumps of grass/dirt. Changes in height between surfaces (ex: a driveway and a sidewalk) should be indicated in one of the last two options. What's the narrow-most width of any part of the pathway outside? * Less than 36 inches 36 inches or more What's the slope of the pathway outside? * Running slope is no more than 1:20 (2.86º) Running slope is more than 1:20 (2.86º) Cross slope is no more than 1:50 (1.15º) Cross slope is more than 1:50 (1.15º) Note: the running slope is the direction of travel, forward or backward. The cross slope is perpendicular to the direction of travel, side-to-side. Do you need to go through a main building to get to the home? * Yes, entry into main building is necessary to access home. No, the home can be accessed without having to enter main building. Once inside the main building, are there any steps to reach the entrance of the home? * Yes No Note: select no if an elevator exists. What's the narrow-most doorway in the main building? * Less than 32 inches At least 32 inches but less than 36 inches At least 36 inches Note: this applies to any interior or exterior doorway through which people move from space to space. Measure the space between the inner edges of the door frame, NOT the door itself. How high are the door thresholds into and throughout the main building? Flush or no more than 0.5 inches No more than 0.75 inches More than 0.75 inches Note: this applies to any interior door through which people move from space to space. What door hardware is found in the main building? Lever Handles, D Handles, and/or Push Bars Knobs Electronic Lock(s) Powered Door Opener(s) Other Are these flooring characteristics inside the main building? * Color contrast exists between spaces/rooms to define transitions Texture contrast exists between spaces/rooms to define transitions None of the above Are there any steps required to get onto the landing area? * Yes Yes, but a ramp provides access Yes, but a lift provides access No No, but there is a ramp Note: this refers to any steps on the route to the entrance/door, not the entrance itself. Example: steps onto a sidewalk or porch. Are handrails available for the steps? * Yes, on one side of steps Yes, on both sides of steps No What are the details of the ramp? * Slope is no more than 1:12 (4.76º) Slope is more than 1:12 (4.76º) Flat landing at the top and bottom Flat landing only at the top Flat landing only at the bottom Transitions between surfaces on both ends are flush Transition between surfaces on either end is no more than 0.5 inches Transition between surfaces on either end is over 0.5 inches Handrail on one side Handrails on both sides No handrails Safety curbs no less than 2 inches high What are the lighting characteristics? * Lighting covers entire pathway, no areas in shadows Lighting covers part of pathway, some areas in shadows Sensor-activated switch or always on / on timer No lighting Your email address (optional) If you enter your address here, a link to the results will be sent to your inbox.