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    Stronger Seniors Strength Program

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Participating in low-impact exercise is important for senior citizens to keep the body strong and flexible. By building the muscles, the chances of an in-home accident are reduced because of improved balance and strength.

    This video shows some easy exercises for seniors to work on balance and lower body strength. Using a chair to provide a sturdy post for balance, movements of the legs and hips can address problem areas that tend to weaken over time.

    If you are a senior living independently in your home, then installing an elevator is a great way to further prevent your chances of an accident. All-Ways Accessible offers a wide variety of in-home lifts to help you retain freedom in your home. Learn more about us on our website or by calling (800) 684-0270.

    Check Out These Resources to Learn More about Making Your Home More Accessible

    Last updated 2 years ago

    Our recent blog topics have focused on the ways to improve safety around the home for elderly family members and the benefits of ADA compliance for businesses.

    If you’d like to learn more about these topics, then check out these links from around the Web:

    • The City of San Francisco outlines the requirements for businesses under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

    For more information, call All-Ways Accessible at (800) 684-0270.

    Jeff Lavoie Teaches Courses for the National Association of Home Builders

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Last week Jeff Lavoie taught three courses for the National Association of Home Builders. The courses taught were Business Management for Construction Professionals, Certified Aging In Place Specialist 1 and Certified Aging in Place Specialist 2.

    These courses were taught through the NH Remodelers and Home Builders Association. All that attended where very pleased with information they received and are looking forward to implementing their new skills.

    If you would like more information, call Jeff Lavoie at (800) 684-0270 today!

    The Importance of Keeping Your Business Physically Accessible to All

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Since the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law 20 years ago, a concern of many businesses has been the costs of becoming more accessible for all individuals. However, despite initial costs, there are many benefits to making your business more accessible, including:

    • Obtain a Larger Customer Pool

    When your business is physically accessible to all people, you potentially have access to more customers. Accessibility issues can create barriers that prevent people from becoming paying customers. Fixing these issues can be highly cost-effective, because it allows you to better monetize foot traffic and drive-bys.

    • Improve Your Image

    One of the benefits of improving access to your business is enhancing your business’ image and reputation, even amongst people who aren’t disabled. Providing adequate handicapped parking, for instance, helps show that you care about each of your customer’s needs.

    • Offer Unique Features

    While the Americans with Disabilities Act prevents discrimination and outlines accessibility requirements for businesses, going above the requirements can help make your business stand out. Adding a stair elevator or a wheelchair lift can help your business become notable, attracting customers due to your commitment to accessibility for all individuals.

    Keeping your business physically accessible to each of your customers is an ongoing process. Remaining agile enough to meet your customers accessibility needs can help improve your business’ image and bottom line. For more information about handicapped access equipment, contact All-Ways Accessible at (800) 684-0270. We are the leading commercial and residential elevator manufacturer in New England. Specializing in stair elevators and wheelchair lifts, we can help your business remain accessible.

    Americans with Disabilities Act

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Signed into law in 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act protects the rights of the disabled in a number of areas, including employment and public works. The ADA has helped make the country far more accessible to the disabled and has had a number of unforeseen benefits to the population at large. To learn more about the ADA and its numerous benefits, check out this video by the ADA National Network.

    For more information on increasing the accessibility of your space with commercial and residential elevators, call All-Ways Accessible at (800) 684-0270. We specialize in mobility products for commercial and residential settings, including stair elevators and wheelchair lifts.

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