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. Throughout this article, we will cover the topic of how to age in place. What is Aging in Place? The term refers to a
Wheelchair ramps are a cost-effective, durable solution that you can depend on to improve the accessibility inside and outside your home. At Hampton Roads Mobility, we can provide threshold ramps, modular ramps systems and more. Learn more about the differences in our ramp systems by reading through these wheelchair ramp blog posts.
A wheelchair ramp along the front of your home doesn’t have to stand out from the rest of your home design. As Baby Boomers age, home builders and landscape architects are finding creative ways to ensure that a wheelchair ramp adds accessibility to your home while taking nothing away for your home design. Enter wheelchair
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