Apr 01 2019

10 Ways to Make a Handicap Accessible Home

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Disabilities can change the way we operate in day-to-day life, even in spaces as familiar as our home. In fact, the home can quickly become a challenging space full of…

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Apr 08 2015

Deaf History Month: Assistive Technology

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My name is Kelly Mercer and I’m a web developer and graphic designer for 101 Mobility. I was born with a hearing loss. In honor of Deaf History Month (March…

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Aug 13 2013

Safe Patient Handling Infographic

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Whether you’re a patient or a caregiver, Safe Patient Handling (SPH) plays a significant role in your health and well-being. Not knowing how to correctly move or reposition a patient…

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May 10 2013

Happy Mother’s Day from 101 Mobility!

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The first attempts to start a Mother’s Day in the United States came from womens’ peace groups seeking a way to honor mothers whose sons fought or died in the…

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Apr 23 2013

Hotwheels versus 101 Mobility in Adaptive Hockey

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Power wheelchair hockey is a form of adaptable street hockey in which all players use a wheelchair or power chair. Power wheelchair hockey provides a physical and competitive outlet for people with Muscular…

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Feb 27 2013

Inspiration: Adaptive Sports and Activities, Part 1

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Being one of the social media specialists at 101 Mobility, it is amazing how many inspiring stories that I have discovered online relating to adaptive sports. I have read stories…

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Feb 19 2013

101 Mobility Company Reviews

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Our company, 101 Mobility, was established in 2008 by co-founders Luke Sampson and Keith Barnhardt, in 2010 Dave Pazgan joined them as President and CEO. Dave helped launch the franchise…

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Jan 16 2013

Stair Lift Reviews

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According to the United States Census Bureau, there are approximately 22.3 million Americans experiencing difficulty using the stairs while 7.7 million Americans are unable to climb stairs. The stair lifts…

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