Used stair lift and wheelchair ramp buy-back program

Wondering What To Do With Your Gently Used Medical Equipment?

Nathan Colburn Information

We get dozens of calls each week with people asking what they should do with their used medical equipment when they no longer need it. Below is a list of resources and suggestions for how to get rid of your used medical equipment. If you are looking to purchase used medical equipment, please see our refurbished stair lift page for …

5-star Certificate of Inspection for COVID-19 compliance in Arapahoe County

Safety is Our Top Priority: COVID-19 Compliance

Armando Carillo Information, Articles, Education

January, 19, 2020 update:  Accessible Systems is a 5-Star approved facility for COVID-19 compliance. This continues our efforts to keep our customers and staff safe. See the Certificate >> The impact of social isolation and/or social distancing, both coronavirus COVID-19 countermeasures, are testing our country and making life exceedingly difficult for people with disabilities and the elderly. We need to …

Grandmother on a Bruno Elan stairlift with her grandchildren smiling

What to Expect During a Virtual Home Accessibility Evaluation

Armando Carillo Articles, Information

Like many of you at home, Accessible Systems (ASI) has also had to adjust its work culture in light of the coronavirus COVID-19 preventative measures implemented by federal and state governments. Even now, the ASI showroom is open, and ASI remains firmly committed to delivering the highest quality home accessibility evaluations for anyone in need of equipment or custom home …

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Helping Your Loved Ones Maintain Their Independence

Armando Carillo Information

The holidays are filled with visits to the homes of family and friends. These visits are a time for joy and celebration, but they are also a time to pay attention to the needs of those we love. Every year our team responds to the panicked phone calls of sons and daughters who come home to see mom and dad …

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ALS Awareness and Resources

Nathan Colburn Information, Newsletter

May of each year is ALS Awareness Month. During this time, we take the opportunity to bring awareness to ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Throughout the year, our team is fortunate to work with many families that are impacted by ALS and help …

Freedom to Move: Automatic Door Opener, Threshold Ramps and More!

Nathan Colburn Information

Did you know that there are barriers all throughout your client’s homes? Exits to the home aren’t the only places where a ramp can be helpful. Small barriers in the home like transitions between different types of flooring or the transition to a doorway inside can keep those with mobility challenges from getting where they want to go. Opening the …

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Medicaid Stairglides Information

Nathan Colburn Information

Important Considerations for a Stairglide Consider the size and weight capacity of the seat. Does the seat need to swivel? Are additional supports needed, like arms rests or a seat belt? How much space will the lift occupy? How much space is needed for someone to mount/dismount from the seat? An additional electrical circuit may be needed, which will add …

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Transfers with Ceiling Lifts: Moving from Dangerous to Do Able

Nathan Colburn Education, Information

Professional Strength Personal Lifting Technology The variety available today in lift systems, slings, controls, and options are changing everyday transfers from a draining obstacle, to a safe, simple, and independent choice. This article will describe and define a few of these options that can be seen at our Adapted Showroom or in a few selected adaptive equipment expos. The main …