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    The Different Types of Stairlifts, Part 2

    Able Care Group has been offering the residents of New Jersey mobility solutions for over 30 years. We offer chair lifts, platform lifts, and wheelchair ramps — all with the goal of helping those with mobility limitations better navigate life. In our last blog post, we took a look at straight rail…Read More

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    The Different Types of Stairlifts, Part 1

    When you’re looking for a stairlift, or chair lift, it can be difficult to decide. Stairlifts have come a long way since they were first invented, and with today’s technology, they only become better and more sophisticated — making them even harder to choose between. Able Care Group has been s…Read More

  3. Senior and Young Girl Playing Outside

    Enjoying Your Backyard Again with Outdoor Ramps

    As the weather brightens and the day warms, you yearn to be outside. Feeling the sun on your face, the warm breeze in your hair, and hearing the birds sing their return from their winter hida-away can stir a restlessness inside that won’t go away until you satisfy it. However, if you are limited b…Read More

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    History of Wheelchairs

    Since the beginning of time, there has always been a need for a way to transport someone with mobility issues. These early people either got hurt in a hunting accident, they are showing signs of age and just can’t keep up with the group, or they may have been born with a condition. Thus, a way to …Read More

  5. Man in a Wheelchair in the Snow

    How to De-Ice Your Wheelchair Ramp

    A ramp is a simple tool that has helped humanity for thousands of years move incredibly heavy objects. After all, it takes a lot less force to push something across a smooth surface than it does to lift it and carry it. Ramps were believed to have been used to move the heavy blocks and stones that b…Read More

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    History of Stairlifts

    The idea of needing help to go up and down stairs is nothing new. After all, humans have been building tall buildings, pyramids, churches, castles, homes, and other buildings with more than one floor for thousands of years. The human body has not changed in the aging process, people are still disabl…Read More

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    What Are Curved Stairlifts?

    Humans are incredibly ingenious as exhibited by the technology revolution that we currently live in. From cell phones and computers to self-driving cars and drones, we are surrounded by inventions that make our lives easier. The stairlift is one of those inventions that have allowed those with disab…Read More

  8. Woman Using a Walker

    How to Manage Your Home with Limited Mobility, Part 2

    Having limited mobility, whether you have a permanent disability or you are recovering from an injury or surgery, is challenging. After all, there’s so much to life that requires movement that when you are limited, it just makes life that much more difficult. Thus, if there are things you can do t…Read More

  9. Child Doing Homework in a Wheelchair

    How to Manage Your Home with Limited Mobility, Part 1

    If you are someone with limited mobility, you understand how hard it can be to navigate a world that is designed for those with adequate mobility. While most businesses now have wheelchair accessible ramps and disability parking, once inside, the aisles can be hard to navigate, as well as finding a …Read More

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    Platform Lifts vs. Elevators: Which Is Best?

    Platform lifts and elevators are super similar. They both are designed to carry people from one level to the next, bypassing stairs. Elevators are often thought of as being only found in commercial buildings, hotels, or apartment buildings, but truthfully, they can likely be installed in your own ho…Read More