Let’s start this New Year with a list of the most popular blog posts we shared in 2020. Based on page views, here are the ten most popular posts of the withdrawing year: 1. Renting a Wheelchair Ramp – Important Things to Consider Renting a wheelchair ramp is a great option for temporary requirements such
Wheelchair ramps are an easy-to-use and safe accessibility solution for the barriers posed by stairs, raised thresholds and landings. Ramps allow people with mobility issues to move in and around their home independently and safely. Buying or investing in a new wheelchair ramp may not always be a practical option, especially if you need it
Wheelchair ramps allow elderly people who use wheelchairs and mobility scooters to safely and easily access steps, raised thresholds, vehicles and raised landings. Available in different types, ramps are durable and can be installed and removed quickly. Ramp rental options are perfect for temporary requirements like – short term rehabilitation, recovery after a major surgery,
As you know, wheelchair ramps are easy-to-use and safe accessibility solutions that enable disabled as well as elderly people to enjoy complete freedom to move in, around and outside their home safely. Some disabilities are permanent, while others may be temporary. ……
Wheelchair ramps, no doubt play a key role in improving the accessibility of mobility impaired individuals. However for short-term or temporary purpose like a temporary rehabilitation program, renting a wheelchair ramp is a great idea. Read the infographic below to see whether you can benefit from the ramp rental option offered by any reputable mobility
According to a report in Disabled World, about 74.6 million people in the US have some type of physical disability. However, wheelchair users no longer have to be concerned about their limited access to multistoried buildings. Ramps are being provided in most buildings to facilitate wheelchair access. Choosing a wheelchair ramp in New Jersey is
Airport commercial freight buildings require the same ADA approved ramps that shops, offices and other commercial entities require. Installation of such ramps requires training as well as hands-on experience on the part of the technicians installing them. This is something Living Free Home,a reliable supplier of quality ramps for commercial and residential settings can ensure.
According to a survey by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University titled ‘Housing America’s Older Adults’, 5.5 million older households include a person with mobility difficulty, but live in homes without no-step entryways. Such homes may not require a ramp, but there are still millions that do in cities like New Jersey,