Home Accessibility

Stair Lifts for Elderly And Disabled

Stair Lifts

Stairlifts can give injured worker the ability to access the upper level of their home including their bedroom and bathroom or access to their basement for emergencies and laundry access. This can offer cost savings on constructing a new space on the main level. Stairlifts come with many options and features to meet the needs of the end user. Curved stairlifts can span multiple levels and many configurations. Today’s straight stairlifts are anything but standard with many options such as…

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Vehicle Modifications for workers compensation

Conversions just aren’t for vans anymore

Today’s vehicle modifications are much different than even 10 years ago. A “conversion” no longer means giving a one size fits all solution. There are full sized vans, minivans, trucks, and even SUV’s. While not every option is available for every person, the wide variety of options is a breath of fresh air that has been breathed into the world of adaptive driving. Check out Braun’s new Chevrolet Traverse conversion, it is a great example of companies listening to today’s…

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Ramps for Workers’ Compensation Claims

Renting ramps rather than purchasing one can be a great opportunity for cost savings when it comes to workers’ compensation claims, but how do you know you’re getting the right one? Ramps come in many different lengths and price points, from a $300 portable ramp to a $10,000 modular system.  There are many factors that contribute to selecting the right ramp. The most important factor is the rise. ADA states that for each inch of rise, there should be one…

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OT Eval

The Importance of OT Evaluations

In the arena of workers’ compensation related home and vehicle modifications, the OT serves a very important role. The OT evaluation provides recommendations for medically necessary modifications and reduces the back and forth of unnecessary requests. In a home modification situation, starting with a solid OT evaluation is key to producing a scope of work that will be clear to all parties. For example, a doctor may write a prescription for a “kitchen renovation for handicap accessibility”, but what exactly…

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