Accessibility vs. Mobility

Accessibility vs. Mobility
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Although interchangeable at times and very similar in definition, accessibility and mobility do not mean the same thing. According to Merriam-Webster, accessibility is defined as being easily used or accessed by people with disabilities, such as someone in a wheelchair, and mobility is the ability to be mobile or being able to move. 

When it comes to seniors aging in place, both are important. Being able to have access to places like your home from the outside if there are stairs, or live on the top floor of a condo, are a necessity to living for some.

If you do have access to your home but have trouble with getting up and down the stairs, carrying heavy loads across floors or even have trouble getting up and down from a seated position — there are solutions to make your life easier!

We offer a wide variety of products that can help you access those areas around your home and keep you mobile and independent while at home.

Accessibility products we offer:

  • Indoor and outdoor stair lifts
  • vertical platform lifts
  • Incline platform lifts
  • Indoor and outdoor elevators
  • dumbwaiters
  • accessibility vehicles
  • pool lifts
  • power wheelchairs
  • wheelchair ramps

Mobility products we offer:

  • Indoor and outdoor stair lifts
  • vertical platform lifts
  • lift chairs
  • mobility scooters
  • bath lifts
  • power wheelchairs
  • vehicle lifts

No matter if you’re in need of mobility equipment or accessibility tool, we’ve got you covered! Contact us today at 1-800-987-6308 and one of our Mobility Specialists will be happy to help find you the solution that best fits your needs!