Lift & Care Systems News

September 23, 2016

Why Walk-In Baths Make Sense

Personal hygiene is not optional. If you’re going to stay happy and healthy, you need to get cleaned up on a regular basis. If you’ve got […]
September 19, 2016

I Identify As Relentlessly Independent

“There are people who accept offers of help with grace and gratitude,” Adam said. “I am not one of those people.” Complications from diabetes resulted in […]
September 9, 2016

Temporary Home Ramp Systems

“My son was in a motorcycle accident that left him with two broken legs and a shattered pelvis,” Sean said. “Thankfully, he’s expected to recover, but […]
September 2, 2016

Involve All Family Members in Care Planning for Best Results

“Mom had a stroke in May,” Carole explained. “And she’s so strong that I guess we all thought she’d just bounce right back to being her […]
August 26, 2016

Outdoor Stairlifts Make Fun Accessible For All

Bowling, dancing, card games and art classes are among the events that many Massachusetts seniors enjoy on a daily basis. These activities are important because they […]
August 25, 2016

Connecticut Open Features Wheelchair Tennis

NBC CT recently aired a great story about adaptive tennis. Wheelchair tennis is an exciting, competitive sport; the only modification to the rules is that players […]
August 25, 2016

Connecticut Open Features Wheelchair Tennis

NBC CT recently aired a great story about adaptive tennis. Wheelchair tennis is an exciting, competitive sport; the only modification to the rules is that players […]
August 12, 2016

Need To Save Your Spoons? Stairlifts Help

“Living with a chronic illness means you’re constantly aware of how much energy and strength you have and how much you need to do,” says Marianne. […]
August 12, 2016

Need To Save Your Spoons? Stairlifts Help

“Living with a chronic illness means you’re constantly aware of how much energy and strength you have and how much you need to do,” says Marianne. […]
August 5, 2016

Massachusetts Home: Remodeling The Bathroom For Senior Living

Nine out of ten seniors report that they want to age in place – that is, live in their own homes independently rather than moving into […]
July 29, 2016

Understanding Accessibility: A Look at Wheelchair Ramps

When we talk about making Boston more accessible, what does that actually mean?  Reports from both the Republican and Democratic National Convention from attendees who use […]
July 25, 2016

Stairlifts for the Elegant Boston Home

“My Mother is…well. She’s my Mother, and I love her, but she is not very flexible about some things, and one of those things is the […]