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
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.
Your home should provide you with a safe, comfortable environment where you can easily go about your day. For the differently-abled or people with chronic conditions, home accessibility can be a daily struggle. Home accessibility is a growing concern among many Americans according to recent home trends. An American Institute of Architects survey revealed two-thirds
Many homes and businesses require owners and visitors to include just a few stairs, maybe only five or so, to enter. For wheelchair, cane, or walker users, this small staircase is a big nuisance. To increase accessibility to your home or business, you’ll need to install one of two solutions: a wheelchair ramp or a vertical lift. Both
“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
Stairlifts can be added to any multiple story home, even to curved staircases or outdoor stairs. Hampton Roads Mobility’s’ professional technicians can install stairlifts in a day or two without making major changes to your electrical system or stairways. A stairlift can be a great investment in your home and lifestyle. They come with many