Wheelchair ramps come in many different configurations. Mostly because houses vary in many different ways. This article will help you to identify and choose the best wheelchair ramp for your home.
Slippery ramps and wheelchairs are a troublesome combination. The purpose of ramps are to make your home more accessible. But ice and snow can really be a problem, either it’s not safe or it’s just impassible. Here’s some options.
Choosing the Correct Portable Ramp A portable ramp can be quite useful. “Portable” means that the ramp is not permanently attached to your home. The ramp can be picked up and removed, or even carried around with you as you travel. The type and size you get depends on the needs of the person and…
Having a suitcase ramp is like have an extra hand when it comes to loading and unloading a wheelchair or a power scooter. This article will explain your options to help you decide.
Building a wheelchair ramp out of wood might be the easy choice. But if you’ll only need the ramp for limited time the aluminum ramp makes perfect sense. This article will walk you thru your choices.
Grab bar failure can happen when the installation method fails and the bar releases from the wall. If the patient is depending on the bar, and it fails, the patient will most likely fall. In this case, the grab bar has become the instigator of risk, instead of providing safety.
A wheelchair ramp is an inclined plane installed in addition to or instead of stairs. Ramps permit wheelchair users, as well as people pushing strollers, carts, or other wheeled objects, to more easily have access to a building.
Safe porch steps are an essential part of living accident-free in your own home. This is true, particularly for seniors. Falling is a serious problem for seniors. Though there’s no way to guarantee they’ll never fall, we should take every precaution to remove apparent risks. There can be many. But often what has been perfectly…