InclusionWorks: Exploring 2016’s NDEAM Theme

October is National Disability Awareness Month (NDEAM), and this year’s theme is InclusionWorks. This theme is more than just its catchy name – it is a poignant statement made in just two words. Inclusive employment practices work because they have immense benefits to companies, employees, and communities alike.   InclusionWorks: Why? Larger Talent Pools –…

Outdoor Curved Rail Stair Lifts: The Facts

Over the last couple of years, curved rail stair lifts have been constructed to withstand the harsh elements of the outdoors. We’ve received some inquiries about these stair lifts and would like to publish our most frequently asked questions along with answers from one of 101 Mobility’s factory certified and trained service technicians. .  Q:…

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…

Tips from our Dallas Stairlifts Expert

Guest blogger: Gordon Raney, Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and owner of 101 Mobility of Dallas, Ft. Worth, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Little Rock. Below, Gordon shares his experiences with selling mobility equipment and offers some tips for customers looking to purchase a stair lift. At 101 Mobility, we regularly receive calls from individuals who purchased a…

Q&A With Our Service Technicians

If you or a loved one are considering purchasing or renting mobility equipment, it’s sometimes difficult to get all of your questions answered. At 101 Mobility, we take pride in every job we are met with. Our factory certified service technicians are with you every step of the way, ensuring a top-quality mobility experience. Whether…

7 of the Most Wheelchair-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

Cities across the U.S. have been making significant efforts to make their streets, parks, facilities, and public transportation accessible to everyone. It is important to realize that there is still a lot of work to be done in these cities and in cities everywhere, and that no two wheelchair user’s needs are the same. However,…

6 Wheelchair-Friendly College Campuses

The school year is fast approaching, and soon high school seniors will be filling out college applications. Finding the right college is always a challenge, and wheelchair users have even more factors to consider when choosing their dream school. These colleges go above and beyond when providing accessibility on-campus: 1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign:…

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…

Welcome to the (newly wheelchair accessible) jungle!

Something wild happened last night. Jungle Rapids, a family-fun theme park, celebrated its newly accessible party level with local friends and organizations! This “Rumble in the Jungle” brought together tons of people for one simple thing: monkeying around. Laser tag! Pizza! Arcade games, oh my! Kids of all ages and abilities had a blast with…

Wheelchair Access at Coachella 2014: Everything You Need to Know

Outkast! Muse! Arcade Fire, oh my! Coachella 2014 is shaping up to be one of the best years yet, and wheelchair users can rest assured that this popular summer music festival has several resources in place to make sure everyone has a blast. Some policies have changed, but we have the latest information. Access Service…

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