Stair lifts for the home are a blessing for those who have a multi-level house but may not be able to navigate stairs safely because of an injury, pain in the joints, weakness in the muscles, or balance problems. Adding a stair lift is often a much better option for people who prefer to “age
Your home is where you feel the most comfortable, but it can present challenges as you get older. Home accessibility can be an issue for people of any age. So whether you're older and looking to age in place, or you live with limited mobility, Hampton Roads Mobility offers tips to improve your home's accessibility. Read through these blog posts to learn more.
A stair lift can be a valuable asset for those who wish to “age in place.” Instead of downsizing to a smaller, single-story home or moving to an assisted living community, adding a stair lift to your current home can allow you to stay in comfortable and familiar surroundings. However, if you’ve never shopped for
When working with a client that is choosing a new stair lift, or while doing stair lift installations, one of the most frequently asked questions we receive is how much electricity is it going to take to operate the lift. Since many of our clients are on fixed incomes, they are concerned they may start
For people with mobility issues that don’t want to move out of their current homes, stair lifts are and excellent alternative to downsizing to a different home or retirement community. Choosing the right stair lift for your home depends on a number of factors, including the number of stairs being covered, whether your staircase is
Stair lifts are a great option for people who want to stay in their own multi-level home but are having trouble navigating stairs. Depending on the model you’ll need for your home, and any options you are looking for, stair lifts are definitely an investment. But when you consider what it would cost to move
Your golden years can be the best time of your life. You’re living the life you’ve been building, and you deserve to remain in your home and keep your privacy. Yet sometimes, the home you’ve shaped for yourself can pose a threat. A high percentage of seniors experience imbalance issues of one kind of another.
The need to make your home more accessible can stem from a number of reasons: you just moved into a new home that does not provide for adequate mobility, you’ve recently become wheelchair bound and need to renovate to meet your new needs, or you’ve been living in a home that does not have adequate
Hampton Roads Mobility exists to help improve the quality of life of the disabled. With a few small changes to your existing home, vehicle, and life, you or your loved one can be much more comfortable. Whether aging in place, living with a disability, or caring for a child or adult with special needs, Hampton
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
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