For people with mobility limitations, staircases can be one of most prominent barriers to access. From staircases that make it difficult to go upstairs, to outdoor stairways that limit entry to the home, to basement stairways that prevent access to laundry facilities, they limit the full enjoyment of your home. A stair lift is the safe, reliable choice to restore full access to the entirety of your home.
If you or a loved one are dealing with any kind of mobility issues, it might be time to consider converting your bathroom into an accessible one. Accessible upgrades can be tailor-made to meet your needs so that you can get the most functionality possible. So if you’re looking at converting to an accessible bathroom, here are a few products that can help increase your independence and improve your way of life.
There are many care options available in the Toronto area to help you or your family member continue to live a healthy, fulfilling life, including independent living, assisted living, long-term care, home health care, adult day programs, and respite care. What is the right care solution for you or your loved one?
The province of Ontario introduced the Healthy Homes Renovation Tax Credit (HHRTC) in 2012. The tax credit is meant to assist seniors convert their homes with barrier-free modifications. With its 2016 Budget, Ontario proposes to end the HHRTC as of January 1, 2017. This means time is running out to take advantage of the refund, so there is no better time to plan a home mobility renovation.
Understanding the Tax Credit
The HHRTC is a permanent, refundable income tax credit for...
Whether you are recovering from an injury or returning from a hospital stay, MEDability has all the home medical equipment you need for a speedy, safe recovery. If you have a long-term need for a mobility device and know exactly which model is right for you, then making a full purchase is the obvious choice. If your recovery needs are in the short-term or constantly change or if you are undecided on the right device, then renting home medical equipment may be the preferred option.
If you wake up tired and groggy despite getting plenty of rest, or experience unexplained ill health, sleep apnea may be to blame. According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, more than a quarter of adult Canadians are at high risk for sleep apnea.
July 1, 2015 marks the start of a new chapter for our company … the launch and rebranding of our business.
We are pleased to announce that our company has rebranded and now doing business under the name MEDability Healthcare Solutions. We are also part of a national group of HME retailers carrying on business under the name C2C HME Group of Companies.