If you talk to a 101 Mobility Franchise owner, chances are they’ll tell you that they truly love what they do. We believe in the power of impacting lives – both during the course of everyday business, and through community involvement.
Wheelchair Costume Parade
As more and more Baby Boomers are becoming senior citizens, the market for mobility equipment continues to expand. The following chart shows the number of Americans predicted to be age 65 and over through 2060.
Many of our competitors, which consists mostly of “mom and pop” companies and anonymous online firms, take advantage of the target market by offering cheap, unreliable products.
Focusing on quality and customer service, 101 Mobility businesses are here to provide seniors and disabled individuals with professional, established mobility solutions. With over 110 territories served throughout North America, 101 Mobility stands out. Seniors and disabled individuals all over the nation depend on 101 Mobility businesses for our exceptional products – stair lifts, auto lifts, ramps, vertical platform lifts, elevators, and more.
NBC’s George to the Rescue
In June 2014, 101 Mobility of Long Island owner, John Michielini aligned with several area builders, designers and manufacturers to work on a project with NBC’s George to the Rescue, a popular TV program where host George Oliphant works to help families and communities in need by surprising them with home and building modifications. Their mission: to help a local, deserving family by outfitting their home for wheelchair accessibility. Beloved Floral Park Bellerose Elementary school teacher Mrs. Klein, has been wheelchair-bound for two years and has been living with Multiple Sclerosis for over a decade. John and his team provided an innovative and easy-to-operate vertical wheelchair lift along with a certified installation for Mrs. Klein so she may fully enjoy her home’s now wheelchair accessible patio/garden area.
Sunshine on a Ranney Day
101 Mobility of North Georgia partners with Sunshine on a Ranney Day, an organization that provides room makeovers for children with long-term illness.
In July, 2015, Connor Bode, a 16 year old with cerebral palsy, received a bedroom modification fit for a fireman, with the help of Sunshine on a Ranney Day. 101 Mobility of N. Georgia donated the installation of a ceiling patient lift to his newly themed bedroom. With the help of this device, Connor’s parents can easily lift him in a sling from his bed to the bathroom via a track system.
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