Snowed-In Solutions

You’re snowed in. Now what? It’s wintertime: a reality that a lot of seniors and people with limited mobility and disabilities face often. Most cold climate cities and towns have timely snow removal plans for public streets, but for many, the snowy space from the doorway to the driveway or sidewalk keeps them cooped up…

INFOGRAPHIC: Disability & America

Here are some fast facts about disability in the United States. As always 101 Mobility is committed and proud to serve the community of people living with disabilities in this country. 101 Mobility is happy to provide industry leading accessibility and mobility solutions for use in the home and in public settings. Contact us today…

Accessible New Year’s Eve Celebrations

We compiled a variety of wheelchair accessible New Year’s Eve Celebrations happening across the country! Enjoy and have a Happy New Year! Dallas, Texas – Murder Mystery Midnight Madness A black tie with a plot twist! This unique event being held at the Omni Dallas Park West Hotel will feature a gourmet dinner, premium bar,…

Hiring a Caregiver Part II: FAQs

As a follow up to our recent post we decided to compile and answer some of our readers most common questions about hiring a caregiver for their loved ones. The representatives from Well Care were gracious enough to answer our list of questions regarding calling, scheduling, and what to look for in a prospective home…

Hiring A Holiday Caregiver Part 1: What questions should I ask?

Many people are not aware of the different types of caregiving services available in their area. These decisions are complex due to their sensitive nature and the financial commitment. Families are frequently faced with these decisions at this time of the year because they may be visiting their parents for the first time in months…

You have to play the cards you’re dealt.

Earlier this week we spoke with Donna Freitas and her family in Carver, Massachusetts. Donna and her husband Dave have three children Danielle 31, Deanna 17, and David 15. Five years ago a fully healthy family was faced with a difficult new reality. Both Deanna and David started becoming increasingly sick for no apparent reason….

They Will Surf Again – Life Rolls On Carolina Beach

Saturday was one of those days you want to try and keep alive forever. Carolina Beach was teeming with the excitement of over 200 volunteers and 40 adaptive surfers. Jesse Billauer, founder of Life Rolls On and Kevin Murphy of Odysea Surf and Kiteboard School  and Ocean Cure teamed up to host the first Life…

MDA Summer Camp Costume Parade: Dragons, Fairies, and Gargoyles – Oh my!

Camp is in session! At this year’s MDA Summer Camp, campers had the chance to show off their stellar Sci-Fi themed wheelchair costumes. Volunteers from 101 Mobility’s technical and design department helped create costume ideas for the campers. Throughout the week, the campers and counselors brought the ideas to life with a little help from…

Mary Lynn: The Elevator Lady of Boston

Elevators are an excellent mobility solution that add to your home’s resale value. Not only are they energy-efficient, but they are a chic mobility solution that can be used by everyone. Lucky for us, no one knows more about home and limited-use commercial lifts than Mary Lynn Miller of 101 Mobility Massachusetts. Mary Lynn has…

Boston Marathon: One Year Later

The third Monday of April – a day that has been anticipated with excitement, dedication and emotion in the city of Boston. This morning participants new and old united as one Boston Strong force and took on the Marathon headstrong and fearless. Below are photos of Team Hoyts’ journey, Tatyana McFadden’s last stretch for the…

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