101 Mobility and Bruno Independent Living Aids Give Back to Area Veteran

Veterans Day occurs annually on November 11th and serves as a date to honor our military’s veterans. However, at 101 Mobility, we believe in honoring and giving back to our veterans every day of the year. Donna Dziewik and her team at 101 Mobility in Milwaukee recently had the opportunity to donate their time and…

101 Mobility Milwaukee Partners with Local Nonprofit – Provides Life-Changing Benefits for Local Residents

101 Mobility in Milwaukee recently partnered with Revitalize Milwaukee, a local nonprofit, to provide life-changing benefits to local residents. Revitalize Milwaukee provides free critical repair, safety repairs, and life-changing accessibility modifications for low-income homeowners. Recipients of these modifications may be senior citizens, veterans, and / or persons with disabilities. Low-income homeowners supported by Revitalize Milwaukee…

5 Amazing Athletes Who Compete With a Disability

Each and every day, we are inspired by athletes who compete at the professional level. While we admire every professional competitor, we are especially impressed by the amazing athletes who compete with disabilities. We’ve gathered up a list of five such athletes to give you a daily dose of inspiration, check them out below! Oscar…

How to Decide Between Renting and Purchasing a Stairlift

A question that is commonly asked amongst individuals looking for a stairlift is “Can I rent or buy this life-changing product?” The answer to that question is often; yes, you can! Certified stairlift dealers are often equipped to handle both purchases and rentals. These options are very situation-dependent however, and not everyone qualifies for rentals….

Loving and Living With a Disabled Pet

When it comes to our loved ones, we are not relegated to only our human companions. Our furry and four-legged family members should also be treated with the same love and compassion that we show our human counter parts. Pets can sometimes be so cute that seeing them harmed or struck with ailment is a…

Everything You Need to Know About Durable Medical Equipment (DME)

As we age, we may require assistive equipment to help us do things that were previously simple, such as climbing stairs or standing up from a chair. The majority of older adults have never previously encountered this type of adaptive equipment, and navigating this new world of insurance and vendors can be overwhelming. That’s why…

What is a Lift Chair?

While you may not know exactly what a Lift Chair is or who benefits from one, the chances are you have seen one before. That’s because a Lift Chair looks no different from a standard reclining chair – it just has additional features! This article is designed to provide you with an overview of what…

101 Mobility Massachusetts Supports the 16th Annual Snowflake Kickball Festival

  Sue Falamino and the staff at 101 Mobility in Marlborough, MA recently gave back to their local community through the 16th Annual Snowflake Kickball Festival. Each year for the past 16 years, residents of Marlborough, MA get together for a “Kickball Festival” fundraiser where teams compete for a cause. The fund directors, Joe and…

Disabled by Dodgeball: Life Lessons from the Front Lines

This blog post is a contribution from Kindra French, owner of 101 Mobility San Diego. In this post, the author details the lessons she learned from her time spent with a temporary disability as the result of a dodgeball injury. It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. The stakes were high in round eight…

Is My Stair Lift (and Other Medical Equipment) Tax Deductible?

It’s tax time again! Durable medical equipment and home modifications to help you or a loved one comfortably age in place can get expensive. Fortunately, you can recoup some of the expenses by deducting the cost of the items on your taxes. To help you determine what is and is not eligible and answer questions such…