FEW people in America walk to work. Most of us drive to the supermarket. But more older people these days are looking for a community where they can enjoy a full life without a car.
A stair lift provides an essential service for those who require assistance ascending and descending stairs. Next Day Access of Detroit, a locally-owned and operated franchise, is proud to offer the leading brands – Bruno, Handicare, Harmar and Acorn – of quality stair lifts. These well-made devices offer users peace of mind and provide access to all levels of the home.
What do you do, however, when something goes awry with the stair lift?
A new Birmingham-based tech company focusing on helping seniors avoid slips and falls is launching its business venture Friday.
Aging in the age of technology has given seniors access to the services they need to live independently for longer.
Baby boomers looking to make their homes more accessible could receive a $30,000 tax credit for their troubles.