6 Things to Consider Before Adding a Residential Elevator

Nathan Colburn Education, Newsletter

Adding a residential elevator can be a perfect solution, if accessibility in your home is a challenge. As the footprint of residential elevators has decreased over the years, more homeowners are considering this as a viable option to increase accessibility in the home. However, as with any home improvement project, there are a number of consideration before ruling out other …

Safe Patient Handling Equipment – Transfers in the Home

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WEBINAR SERIES 1 of 3 Safe Patient Handling Equipment, Transfers in the Home Environments, and Home Modifications Professional Development for Frontline Workers Accessible Systems and Occupational Therapy Association of Colorado have partnered to provide a virtual educational summer series for Occupational Therapists. Did you miss the June session? No worries, the webinar was recorded and you can play it back …

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Accessible Systems Designated Essential and is Operating Full Time

Armando Carillo Articles, Education

With many states, including Colorado, Texas and Utah, under Stay-at-Home orders, Accessible Systems has been designated “Essential” based on the criteria below. We are operating at full strength AND we have expanded our operating hours to 8 AM to 8 PM Monday through Friday. You can call us at any of our offices during those hours and we can help …

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Safety is Our Top Priority: See What We are Doing

Armando Carillo Information, Articles, Education

The impact of one of the coronavirus COVID-19 countermeasures, social isolation, is testing our country and making life exceedingly difficult for people with disabilities and the elderly. We need to pull together and support these individuals as this situation evolves. At Accessible Systems, Inc. (ASI), our top priority is to protect our community and continue to help every person remain …

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5 Common Accessibility Fails

Nathan Colburn Education, Newsletter

Our team is invited into our client’s homes and into our communities to evaluate accessibility. During our evaluations, we often encounter modifications that do not meet ADA requirements, are unsafe or that were intended to be temporary but became permanent. Stairlift Not to the Floor – The purpose of a stairlift is to ensure that those with mobility challenges, unstable …

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What Impacts the Cost of My Stairlift?

Nathan Colburn Education, Products

One of the most common questions our team receives is “How much does a stairlift cost?”. The answer is not a straightforward one. Many factors impact the final cost of a stairlift for your home: The length of your stairs, whether you want a straight or a curved lift, and other options that can help a stairlift be a better …

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SureHands Ceiling Lift System is 5-Star Genius

Nathan Colburn Articles, Education, Newsletter

Ceiling Lifts system by SureHands uses a wide range of options which can restore independence and increase accessibility throughout your home. These lifts provide customizable solutions that will allow physically challenged men, women, and children or their caregivers to access the bed, shower, bath or toilet and aid in the changing of clothes, standing, and ambulation, and catheterization. Each person’s …

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Home Instead Senior Care of South Denver and Northern Colorado

Nathan Colburn Education, Newsletter

  The South Denver team at Home Instead Our families live and work in South Denver, so we’re invested in our community on a very personal level. And we believe every family in the area deserves individualized in-home senior care with a compassionate touch. That’s why we established Home Instead Senior Care® of South Denver.   We do what we do because we truly care …

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Do You or a Loved One Freeze While Walking?

Nathan Colburn Articles, Education, Newsletter

The U-Step 2 Walking Stabilizer was designed specifically for those with neurological conditions. Using a patented U-shaped base, the U-Step is ultrastable and offers users advanced control, stability and maneuverability and has been proven effective for those who have been diagnosed with ALS, Ataxia, Stroke, PSP/MSA, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Brain Injuries and Balance Disorders. Unique Features of the U-Step …