Raising a child with limited mobility can affect the entire family. Finding the right care and services for your child can feel overwhelming. Hampton Roads Mobility understands the challenges you face as parents, and that’s why we have provided a list of resources in the Hampton Roads area. We hope you find the following organizations
Whether you're caring for a child living with limited mobility or you're helping a parent age in place, being a caregiver can be a daunting responsibility. Hampton Roads Mobility invites you to read through these blog posts to learn more about the resources available to you as a caregiver and the steps you can take to relieve stress and still provide the care your loved ones need.
Throughout Hampton Roads, community and government resources are available to help you if you experience disability. From health insurance to wheelchairs for the beach, these services strive to improve the lives of all people in the region. Virginia Disability Services Agencies – This commonwealth-wide organization provides access to a huge range of disability services, including:
Becoming a caregiver for someone with a disability is a full-time job. You’ll need to make significant changes to your life to provide the best care possible – while keeping yourself healthy and happy, too. Learn, Learn, Learn To ensure your loved one gets the care they need, you’ll need to learn all about their
As the holidays approach, you may be preparing your home for family members to visit and stay with you. If you have disabled family members, you can take extra steps to make your home welcoming and safe for their visit. Rent a Wheelchair Ramp Stairs can present a challenge to family members in wheelchairs or