Educational Webinars on Making a Home Accessible

Armando Carillo Education

Collage of home accessibility equipment as featured in Accessible Systems' showroom.

Making a Home Accessible:  Educational Webinars for Professionals

As a home accessibility solutions provider, we host a variety of educational webinars. Whether you’re an architect, builder, hospital clinician, case manager, social worker or an in-home care provider, we have an educational webinar to help with the hospital-to-home transition by making a home accessible, including Q&A.

Webinar:  Hospital to Home Safely – a LIVE Adapted Showhome Demo

A senior man in a wheelchair is assisted by OT's and an Accessible Systems specialist as he is fitted for the ceiling lift system with a sling

“It was so helpful for me to not only see all the equipment but also see how it is used in a practical setting. As social workers, we rarely see the patient in action.” – Iva, Case Manager, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital

Last Thursday Every Month – for CO, KS, UT, TX Clinical Professionals

They are coming home, now what? Whether the stay at rehab or the hospital was expected or due to an emergency, homecoming is what everyone is waiting for – but it must be planned for. This educational webinar features a live demonstration from Colorado’s largest adapted show home with Living In Place experts from Accessible Systems.

June 30th: After a Fall or Surgery

July 28th: Neurological Conditions

August 25th: Brain & Spinal Cord Injury

September 29th: After a Fall or Surgery,

Time: 12pm-1pm MST

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What Will be Covered?

  • The Home Assessment
  • The Planning Timeline for Short and
  • Long Term Needs
  • Modification Options
  • Solution Demo’s in a Practical Setting
  • Funding Resources
  • Common Questions and Concerns
  • HIPAA and COVID Concerns
  • Will the patient come home using a wheelchair or assistive device?
  • Is the home safe and easily accessible for them in the short and long term of recovery and independent living?
  • Will they need help with transfers, bathing, housekeeping, cooking, and other daily activities?

Who Should Attend?

  • Discharge Planners
  • Case Managers
  • Care Managers
  • Social Workers
  • OT’s, PT’s Therapy Departments
  • Home Care Providers
  • Anyone interested in post-discharge planning for those with limited mobility

Pneumatic Vacuum Elvator installed in a home to add luxury and function

A Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator – shown here in the background near the stairs – adds luxury, convenience, value, infinite design and safety to a home.

AIA CEU Webinar:  An Introduction to Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

3rd Wednesday Monthly  – for Architects, Builders, and Any Professional Designing Homes

AIA learning units allow architects and construction managers to stay current and learn about the methodologies and trending issues that affect their profession. At Ascent Elevators, we believe in partnership. That is why we offer courses to enrich your skills and knowledge through free Continuing Education Seminars.

Our goal is to enrich and help build your skills so that you can be prepared to effectively address the issues faced by architects and contractors today.

A Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator (PVE) is a revolutionary new way for vertical travel. This pneumatic home elevator allows you to have the luxury of an elevator, without the hassle. Because it uses air to power the travel, this lift does not require an equipment room and there is no need for a pit under the lift. This means a smaller footprint in your home and a much less costly construction project. This vacuum home vacuum elevator comes in three different sizes, to accommodate many residential buildings. Register for these educational webinars to learn about PVE’s.

July 20th
August 17th
September 21st

Time: 12pm-1pm MST

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Webinar Series:  Medicaid Funded Home Modifications

2nd Tuesday Every Month – for CO Case Managers, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, any professional serving CO Medicaid

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Join our Medicaid Home Modification Specialist for another exclusive virtual education. You will see the latest Medicaid-approved projects so you can make the best recommendations for your clients. With your clinical skills and our construction skills, we become the “Home Team’ so our Medicaid clients can live with independence and safety at home!

July 12th: Behavioral Health

August 9th: Accessible Bathrooms

September 13th: Equipment 

Time: 12pm-1pm MST

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Webinar:  Care at Home – Preparing Veterans Homes with Equipment

A veteran stands next to his newly installed wheelchair lift, with his power wheelchair inside it.

A veteran and his power wheelchair lift

Accessible Systems is a CO veterans contractor and equipment provider for home modifications. After the pandemic, there has been a significant pendulum swing to care at home. As a VA-approved vendor we will educate you about the home access side, funding, purchasing process, support after the installation, and more! Join our regional team if you are in purchasing or the clinical side.


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