Nov 27 2018

Living With, and Celebrating, Children With Disabilities

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Anyone living with a disability encounters challenges—physically, mentally, and relationally. But differently abled children can experience unique obstacles. Navigating school, friendships, extracurriculars, and family life as a growing child is…

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Dec 23 2014

Accessible New Year’s Eve Celebrations

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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…

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Dec 22 2014

Hiring a Caregiver Part II: FAQs

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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…

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Dec 18 2014

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

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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…

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Dec 10 2014

FAQ: Stair Lift Rentals

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The holidays are upon us and if you’re hosting, we know how busy you are preparing for your guests! Accommodating all family, neighbors, and friends is sometimes difficult to plan…

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Nov 07 2014

Tips from our Dallas Stairlifts Expert

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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…

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Oct 31 2014

Custom Wheelchair Costumes Raise Halloween Spirits!

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For the third year in a row, the 101 Mobility team built custom wheelchair costumes for the special needs class at Codington Elementary School in Wilmington, NC! From a dazzling…

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Oct 29 2014

Q&A With Codington Elementary’s Special Needs Staff!

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All of us at 101 Mobility can’t even begin to describe how excited are to be hosting our 3rd Annual Wheelchair Costume Halloween Parade at Codington Elementary school in Wilmington,…

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Oct 28 2014

Read this, 4 Jake’s Sake

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Jake, a spirited 11-year-old who loves video games, social studies, and watching videos on YouTube, was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at age 7. Since then, Jake’s friends and family…

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Oct 07 2014

You have to play the cards you’re dealt.

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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…

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