Home is where the heart is, but sometimes medical complications keep us away. Hospitals and other care facilities do their best, but there is no substitute for the comfort of home. What is Aging in Place? The term refers to a trend of senior citizens remaining at home rather than moving to a retirement home
Your home isn't the only thing that may need updates if you or a loved one live with limited mobility. You may also need to make updates to your vehicle to ensure you can still use it. Hampton Roads Mobility invites you to learn more about how you can make your vehicle more accessible by reading our automobile accessibility blog posts.
Vehicle hand controls help people with disabilities safely drive almost any vehicle, increasing their independence. Before you add hand controls to your vehicle, learn more about how they work, how to get them installed and how to learn to use them. How do hand controls work? Though there are different types of hand controls, most
Mobility vehicles, or cars that are adapted for use by people in wheelchairs or with other mobility requirements, help guarantee more freedom for their users. These vehicles are a large investment in a more independent future, but they aren’t without disadvantages. If you are considering purchasing a mobility vehicle, read on for help making your
You finally have your home exactly how you want it. It’s easy for you to move independently and safely around your home. You can move easily between floors, take a bath, even cook without worrying about mobility issues. With a little effort, going on vacation and visiting others’ homes can provide you with an equally
“Aging In Place” is a term that has been around for a while, but is taking on new meaning as the population of the United States ages and the baby boomers begin to retire. At its core, “aging in place” describes a person living in their residence of choice for as long as they are