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The Right to be Included

Have you ever had the experience of being bullied, left out or pushed out? The disappointment, shock and sense of betrayal can be extremely painful. For some, the confrontation may leave emotional scars for years! Whether you have been the victim of “the mean girls club” or worse, making a come back and trying to…

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Universal Design: Where Everyone Is Included!

People with traumatic brain injuries, ALS, MS, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s all have something in common. They all have the right to live in an environment that is designed to accommodate everyone. They should be able to enjoy safety, comfort and mobility. All individuals deserve to be free of hindrances and without fear of…

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Fire Safety for People With Physical Challenges

In a society where many enter and exit their homes through their garages into their vehicles, years could pass before one ever meets their neighbor! In the name of convenience, we avoid conversations with the family next door because we’re too busy or just not sure we want to engage at all. What has happened…

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The Price of Procrastination

We’ve all been there…we had a decision to make that was looming over us like a heavy cloud. This cloud may have been hovering for weeks, months or even years! When someone with a physical challenge is relying on a person who procrastinates ~ the ramifications can be devastating. When people suspend decision making, there’s…

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Why People Are Choosing These Stair Lifts

WHY PEOPLE ARE CHOOSING THESE STAIR LIFTS   Stair Lifts, Chair Lifts, Stair Lift Elevator, Stair Chair Lifts, etc. There are lots of names people have given that mighty innovation that carries us from one floor of our home to the next. This invention was designed in 1923 by C.C. Crispin who at the time…

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Life Before Stair Lifts

We can easily forget that we didn’t always have the technology and gadgets we use today. I am reminded of how far we have come when my kids ask me how old I was when I had my first cell phone. I search the recesses of my mind and blurt out 30, I think? The…

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Why You Should Avoid Buying a Stair Lift Online

STAIR LIFTS – WHY YOU SHOULD AVOID BUYING A STAIR LIFT ONLINE   Awhile back I was curious about stair lifts, stair chair lifts, and your basic accessibility solutions on the market. With the increased interest of aging in place, I wanted to see what the fuss was all about, so I conducted a little…

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Which Custom Curved Stair Lift is Right For Me?

There are so many options on the web today, we hope this post blog will answer just some of your questions when it comes to curved stair lifts. Lets start with Yes – curved stair lifts cost more then double of a straight stair lift even though it might have only one little bend. If…

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Face Your Fears

FACE YOUR FEARS There’s an old tale about two villages in the jungle that traded goods with one another. The tigers that lived in those jungles started charging the villagers. They would sneak up on the person who was traveling from one location to the other and strike from behind. Sadly, hundreds of people had…

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Heartfelt Lessons from a Journey with MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects about 400,000 people in the United States, and about 2 1/2 million worldwide. There are approximately 200 new cases diagnosed each week in the United States, says the MS Discovery Forum. Rates of MS are higher for those who live further from the equator. While anyone can develop MS, it generally…

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