Accessibility Devices

Accessibility Devices to Age in Place Safely

Aging in place safely means living in the home and community of your choice. Installing appropriate accessibility devices makes this easier. However, many recent reports indicate that many communities in America are not as prepared as they should be to handle the most difficult challenges relating to aging in areas such as retirement, transportation and

Accessibility in Home

A barrier-free home is a definite asset for anyone with mobility issues and to meet its residents’ needs as they age. While various types of accessibility products are available for the purpose, accessible housing design prepares a home for older adults and allows them to stay independently in their familiar surroundings for as long as

Accessibility Products

According to a study conducted by the Department of Aging, almost a quarter of older persons living in Brooklyn have mobility and self-care issues, higher than for New York City as a whole. As people age, they are reluctant to move out of their home, which has become a familiar place. Having a proper plan

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Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood while the brain is under development. One of the most common congenital disorders of childhood, CP permanently impairs body movement and muscle coordination, and causes abnormal posture, involuntary movements, unsteadiness in walking, overall body balance issues, floppiness or rigidity