We become comfortable in our homes, everything is set in its spot, then something changes and we have to quickly plan for the future, such as wheelchair accessibility needs. Accommodating wheelchair accessibility can have many obstacles, some of which are easier to handle than others. But the good news is that there are ways to plan for this life changing event by going through a household blueprint checklist to make sure that nothing is overlooked.
Written by Guest Blogger: Chris Miller
Do you have a mobility scooter that is not taking you as far as it used to? Has it been a year or more since you replaced your mobility scooter batteries? If so, it is likely your mobility scooter needs a new set of batteries. However, it is good to know how to test your batteries to ensure they need to be replaced before calling a technician and buying a new set.
Looking for ways to quickly and safely transport your mobility scooter or wheelchair?
In addition to accessible vehicles, MobilityWorks also provides a variety of scooter transport solutions to choose from… include the ones shown below with monthly payment options.
Today’s lifts have been re-engineered to be lighter in weight and have the ability to accommodate heavier scooters and wheelchairs on more vehicles. Installed by NMEDA certified technicians, trained to install these products by the manufacturer, you don’t need to worry about the lift working properly with your vehicle. Inquire online here.
Renting a wheelchair van can be a great way to enjoy a day of family fun with loved ones who need to use a wheelchair and don’t have accessible transportation. Some people also rent vans for a day to help them decide whether to purchasing a handicap van — or whether a specific conversion will work with their current parking situation. Selecting the Right Rental Van will help to answer some of the common questions people have with selecting rental vans. You can also enjoy a 10% Off rental promotion between now and the end of June for rentals booked in July, August or September. Reserve a van now and save later!
Eleven seconds into the first game of Travis Roy’s collegiate hockey career, he went head first into the boards cracking his fourth vertebrae. Since that day over 20 years ago, Travis has worked relentlessly to help others recover from spinal cord injuries. His accessible van from MobilityWorks allows Travis to travel all over the country delivering motivational speeches and making appearances.