Posts from December, 2011

Stair Lifts Can Be a Safe and Beneficial Addition to Your Home

Do you have an elderly or disabled family member who has difficulty moving up or down the stairs in your home? Stairs can be a huge obstacle and a place of real concern for an elderly person or a person with a disability. Every year, people fall trying to go up or down the stairs…. Read More…

Questions to Answer Before Getting Home Modifications

If you or someone you know is an elderly or disabled person that is considering having home modifications done on their home, there are certain things you should consider before you jump right into the modification process. You need to go through every room of your house and evaluate both your current needs as well… Read More…

Chair Lifts Can Give You Mobility

If you or someone you know or love has trouble getting up and down the stairs in your home, maybe it is time you considered purchasing a chair lift. Chair lifts can provide someone with the mobility as well as the security to get up and down the stairs safely. When it comes to buying… Read More…

Home Modifications Provide Safety and Independence

Studies have shown that most elderly people live in homes that are at least 20 years old. Over the years, as these homes and the one residing in it gets older, they become more difficult to maintain. A home that may be perfectly safe for a person that was 50 years old may be unsafe… Read More…

Home Modifications Can Help the Elderly Stay in Their Homes

With age comes wisdom as well as a few minor set backs. You may have more knowledge, but you lack the mobility you once had. For some, getting around is difficult. And oftentimes, many elderly people have to leave the comforts of their own home because of their lack of mobility. For elderly people, home… Read More…

Home Modifications Can Add Safety To Your Home

Home modifications are changes that can be made to the home of an elderly or disabled person to make living in their home more comfortable, more convenient and most importantly, safer. They can help make living space meet the needs of the people that have physical limitations so that they will be able to continue… Read More…