Wheelchair Games Spark Competition Despite Physical Conditions

For someone who, at first, did not know much about disabilities, learning about the 2013 Wheelchair Games was a mind-altering experience. This year, over 600 veterans with spinal cord injuries, neurological conditions, amputations, and other mobility impairments flocked to Tampa, FL to compete. Last week, I was fortunate enough to interview two volunteers from the…

Pittsburghers Open 101 Mobility to Improve Mobility Across Western PA

Greg Slepecki, Franchise Owner and his son Brad are proud to announce the opening of 101 Mobility Pittsburgh. These Pittsburgh natives are committed to helping Western Pennsylvania families improve their mobility inside and outside of the home. 101 Mobility Pittsburgh represents 101 Mobility’s 22nd national franchise opening. 101 Mobility Pittsburgh is a locally owned, family operated…

101 Mobility Opens First Tennessee Franchise in Knoxville

Keith Kregel, Dave and Lori Dean, Franchise Owners, are proud to announce the opening of 101 Mobility Knoxville. This opening will add to 101 Mobility’s 19 franchises nationwide. Keith Kregel and the Deans intend to be Eastern Tennessee’s leading source of trusted residential and commercial accessibility solutions. Marine corps veteran, retired firefighter (ski-patroller) of twenty…

5 Ways to Serve Our Veterans and Their Caregivers

At 101 Mobility, a large percentage of our customers are served through the VA Hospitals. We felt it necessary to show our appreciation for these brave heroes by creating a collage of thank you notes and military photographs. The collage was donated to our local VA Outpatient Clinic where many veterans approached pointing out the photos they…

Medical Equipment & Home Modifications: What Medicare Will (and Won’t) Cover

by Michelle Seitzer Medicare will cover it, right? Not always. Far too many people associate Medicare with the payment of any bill or coverage of any expense related to senior care, but that is not the case. It’s not just because Medicare dollars, like other federally funded programs, are experiencing cuts and reductions, though the…

101 Mobility Raleigh Opens June 22, 2011

Proudly serving the Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill areas, 101 Mobility’s newest location is owned by Lisa and Melissa Fosbury.  The Raleigh location’s grand opening is on June 22, 2011. The Raleigh location will be the local resource for those who are disabled and those who wish to maintain their independence by improving their mobility….

The Many Advantages of Aluminum Wheelchair Ramps

If you or someone you love is in a wheelchair or uses a scooter, a ramp is a necessity. Finding and installing the right wheelchair ramp is essential. The best wheelchair ramp is determined not just based on the initial purchase and installation cost. When deciding on the best wheelchair ramp, you must also take…

Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA) and 101 Mobility

101 Mobility is proud to help America’s Veterans. Under the Home Improvements and Structural Alterations (HISA), Veterans may receive “home improvements necessary for the continuation of treatment or for disability access to the home and essential lavatory and sanitary facilities.” We work with Veterans each and every day to help them improve mobility in their…

Veterans! Do You Qualify for a HISA Grant?

Are you a U.S. military veteran? There is a lot of help out there for funding improvements to your home to assist you with your comfort and recovery.

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