Wheelchair Ramps NJ

Are you looking for Wheelchair Ramps NJ? Ramps are created for many different purposes. Doing some research on determining which ramp is the right one for you will help you before you make a purchase. You may need a ramp for a handicap wheelchair or a ramp to transfer heavy items to and from your car into your home. Whatever the reason, it is best to establish the purpose for the ramp and see which best suits your need.

Wheelchair Ramps NJ

In 2007 Gregg and Karen developed Back Home Safely to focus on their goal of helping people remain living in their own homes despite all obstacles. Along with their team of staff carpenters, they created safe and accessible environments for New Jersey families. We specialize in Morris County Wheelchair ramps and more! Our mission is to make living in your own home a safe option, despite life’s challenges. Safe & Accessible Homes Start Here!

Tips for Traveling with Seniors

When traveling, it is not unusual for many senior citizens to encounter difficulties. Fortunately, there are numerous things that can be done to make the experience less of a hassle and more enjoyable. Determine the factors that can affect the quality of your trips, such as any health complications, the weather, physical limitations, etc. Avoid… Read More…

Frequently Answered Questions: Ramps and Wheelchairs

People with disabilities, physically or not, are still human beings with hearts and feelings. Judging and discriminating them because of their inabilities is transgression in its own sense. Imagine the same thing happening to you or your loved one, unfortunate and desolating isn’t it? If you know someone suffering from disabilities, understanding the following context… Read More…

‘Tongue Piercing’ Helps Paralyzed Patients Drive Wheelchairs

Tongue piercings may not just be fashion statement these days as scientists have found a use for them that could help change the lives of people with physical disabilities. A new device is allowing paralyzed people to maneuver their wheelchairs just by flicking their tongue in the right direction. Users will have to get their… Read More…

Firefighters Volunteer to Create a Wheelchair Ramp for Veteran

On November 7, several trucks gathered around Jerry and Neita White’s home in Clark County, Las Vegas. Jerry White is an 83-year-old World War II veteran who suffered from several emergency surgeries and strokes in the last couple of years. He spent over 20 years working at the Nevada Test Site and has encountered a… Read More…

When Children Become Their Parents’ Parents

There will come a time when children will be the ones taking care of their parents. Sometimes, parents become quite uncomfortable about this setting and try their hardest to ask for as little assistance as possible. In cases like this, a child has to sit her parents down for a talk and explain to them… Read More…

Handicapped Man in Brazil Forced to Build Wheelchair Ramp

Sadly, basic infrastructures that cater to the needs of many people are lacking in Latin America’s wealthiest nation. Just recently reported, a paraplegic man named Samuel de Oliveira grew tired of waiting for any action coming from the government. Because of the lack of care to address current situations of the disadvantaged, he decided to… Read More…

Ensuring Senior Citizen’s Mobility Safety Through Wheelchair Ramps

To ensure the safety of aging people living under your care, it’s only righteous to revamp your house to higher safety standards. Senior citizens who are less able to move around without depending on other people’s assistance will benefit from using wheelchair ramps. Apart from hiring a professional wheelchair ramp designer, understanding the strategies pointed… Read More…

Accessibility for Handicapped Required in Establishments

People with disabilities can not solely confine themselves inside their homes in a wheelchair forever. These people are human beings and also need to find themselves happiness even in their own simple way. It’s alright to stay safety at home, but to allow these handicapped individuals to enjoy themselves once in a while is a… Read More…

Non-Profit Housing Facility for Senior Citizens Caught Fire

Part of the Cogic Highrise Apartments, a senior-citizen and disabled-citizen independent-living community in East Virginia, caught fire last Saturday. Authorities have not released any statement on the official cause of the fire but some say that one resident went to the store and had left a stove on which, consequently, lead to the incident. Thankfully,… Read More…

Safety Reminders for Wheelchair Brakes

Wheelchairs make lives easier for those who can’t stand on their two feet. They come in various styles and sizes, catered to the needs and even tastes of their occupants.They make lives of those in need of its assistance incredibly fulfilling and independent. However, despite these devices specifically made to make lives easier and safe… Read More…