Lifts for Accessibility
Lifts can be a great addition to your home, but how can you know when it’s time to install one. For those with severe mobility issues, it’s frequently obvious when a lift is needed. But there is an entire group of people who are partially disabled or whose illnesses are causing a slow decline in mobility. In every case, you need to know when it’s time to work with an accessibility service. The best test is to determine if you’re modifying your behavior while at home. People who need ADA accessibility solutions will frequently avoid areas of their homes, alter their living spaces, or come up with their own temporary solutions for mobility problems.
There are plenty of uses for lifts in your home. Most people may picture stair lifts, which help people with mobility issues access multiple stories in their homes. Stair lifts can also be placed outside, like on patios or to backyards. Some of the most important lifts, however, are those that help disabled people with transfers. Ceiling lifts and floor lifts can be fixed or portable and provide transfers for anyone who needs them. You may need a lift to access bathrooms, make wheelchair transfers, or assist with getting in and out of bed.
Ceiling Lifts for Your Home
A ceiling lift may also be the perfect solution for your home. These lifts can assist you and your loved ones with transfers, by utilizing a powerful and compact design to lift and carry hundreds of pounds. Transfers with ceiling lifts make the process safer for both the patient and the caregiver, while also offering an enhanced suite of safety features and quick lifting speeds.
When you work with Accessibility 101, we will evaluate your needs for a ceiling lift, install the perfect solution for you, and ensure that it can be of service long into the future. Installing ADA ceiling lifts with your long-term needs in mind is what we do best. No matter if you need wheelchair lifts, or ceiling lifts, we will work with you to provide your ideal solution. Solutions from Accessibility 101 are guaranteed to meet your needs and to do so as your conditions change.
A Stair Lift from Accessibility 101
Stair lifts are another incredibly important accessibility solution for those with mobility issues. A stair lift can make unreachable areas of your home usable again. Additional stories can be impossible to reach for those who are disabled, and a source of danger for older adults who struggle with stairs. An ADA stair lift for your home can help you maintain independence and feel safe traversing stairs.
It is important to note that a platform lift for the home isn’t limited to wheelchair users. Stair lifts can serve thousands of people regardless of age, injury, or illness–and greatly reduce the risk of falling on stairs while moving about the home.
Accessibility 101 can place these lifts in many areas, with a full range of customizability and safety features. With our lifts, you can preserve your freedom, increase your safety, and retain your peace of mind while moving around your home.
The CAPS Designation was developed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in partnership with AARP and is administered by NAHB. Professionals who have earned the CAPS designation are experts in designing and building aesthetically-enriching, barrier-free living environments. They have been trained in the unique needs of the older adult population and apply strategies and techniques to provide comprehensive and practical home modification solutions