It’s National Senior Citizens Day and Next Day Access wants to help you keep your mind and body young. By keeping your mental and physical health in check you can prolong your health and make life more enjoyable. With just a few adjustments, you can keep yourself fit well into old age.
Most people don’t think about staying mentally fit. However, keeping your mind engaged as you age is vital to your overall health.
Contrary to popular belief, modifying your home to improve accessibility can actually increase your home’s value. With just a few adjustments you can drastically improve not only your home’s value but also its desirability when you get ready to sell. Next Day Access has compiled a list of simple home modifications you can do to improve your quality of life at home and improve your selling chances when you put your home on the market.
Over one million Americans suffer a slip, trip, and fall injury and over 17,000 people die in the U.S. annually because of these injuries, according to the CDC. It is also estimated that 20% to 30% of people who experience a slip and fall suffer moderate to severe injuries such as: bruises, hip fractures, or head injuries. Slips and falls are mainly caused by a slippery surface. Here are 3 ways you can prevent slipping and falling because you do not want to become one of those statistics.
Are you planning a summer vacation or even a staycation, but you’re unsure what you need to do to keep you and your mobility equipment safe? Next Day Access understands your worries and in honor of National Safety Month, we have compiled a list of items to remember when traveling and using your mobility chair this summer.
Our wheelchair ramps are customized to meet the specific needs of each of our customers.
Mobility is the most common disability among older Americans. So it’s no wonder that everyday tasks can present new and challenging difficulties. This becomes increasingly true for those who choose to age in place. More than one in three seniors over the age of 65 fall each year and 80 percent of those falls occur in the bathroom. Next Day Access wants to make sure you live in a home without barriers.