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Mobility loss and limitations can, unfortunately, have an adverse effect on mental health, and can impact one’s sense of self-worth and well being. It’s not uncommon for those with mobility issues to suffer from depression, anxiety or grapple with feelings of guilt and anger. The same can also befall on those who are caring for someone with mobility limitations.
There’s hope!! Mobility loss or limitations don’t have to get in the way of happiness, and they don’t have to mean the loss of independence. Thankfully, there are options available that make life easier for caregivers who are caring for a loved one with mobility limitations or loss and for our loved ones who want to retain their independence.
Understanding what options are available and what will best meet your needs is critical. Delta Accessibility is your trusted source for discovering, installing and maintaining your mobility assistance solutions. Over a decade ago, the founders Jesse Martin & Brandon Self discovered a gap between what people needed and the availability of mobility assistance and mobility loss prevention solutions. It is their mission and our team’s mission to actively seek answers, to acquire in-depth knowledge of those solutions and to facilitate access to preventative options or assistance for people affected by mobility limitations.
Whether it’s installing an elevator, a stair lift, a wheelchair ramp, a ceiling lift, a handrail or something else, Delta Accessibility is knowledgeable, caring, flexible and experienced enough to ensure you receive the best possible solution for your unique needs.
Founders Jesse and Brandon and the rest of the Delta Accessibility team have a genuine passion for helping others find as much independence and freedom as possible, no matter the project size. Our team carefully gets to know each new client’s needs, restrictions and goals. Even if the installation is as standard as installing a handrail in a bathtub, Delta Accessibility is invested in our customers’ safety and future happiness.
We offer free in-home and in-office consultations, and can even make suggestions to mitigate our customer’s risks of injury such as where to relocate items that pose a threat.
- Each member of the Delta Accessibility team is thoroughly vetted, including a background check. You can be confident that you or your loved one will be working with someone who is kind, reliable and honest.
- Each team member is highly-trained on each solution we offer, and our installation team members are factory-trained in the manufacturing factory of each respective solution.
- Solution Availability & Efficiency
- We know that every passing day living with the frustrations and pains caused by mobility challenges can cause emotionally and physically devastating ramifications. So we keep many items in stock and ready for quick installation. Additionally, our intense installation training allows us to be very efficient in completing installations. We know you need assistance promptly, so we go above and beyond to ensure the fastest and best support possible. We’ve even been able to provide same-day installation in some cases.
- More Options
- We’ve done our homework and have partnered with multiple manufacturers of various products, so we’re able to offer you a variety of options and find one that truly fits your needs rather than persuading you to use a product solely because we carry it.
- Your needs and specific requirements are unique, and we aim to provide the most customized solutions we can for you. You can even have a customized chairlift installed.
- Dedicated Repairs
- Any repairs or maintenance that your mobility aid might need will be done by one of our trusted installation professionals who is well-versed in your particular aid, and who also understands your specific situation and needs. Often, the same installer who took care of you or your loved one initially can also be the same professional who can attend to the maintenance needs. We even offer warranties to safeguard you when the manufacturer’s warranty has passed.
- Rental Options
- If your mobility loss or limitation is temporary, we have rental arrangements available that will help quickly get you on your road to recovery without busting your budget.
- Competitive Pricing
- The relationships we’ve established with various manufacturers and our ability to provide elite care while keeping our overhead lean, we’re able to offer very competitive prices for our customers. We know life can have many stresses, and we don’t want the cost of improving your mobility to add to that stress.
We want you to have a happier and more independent life, and we’ll make sure we do our part to help you achieve that.
With limited mobility, it’s just as essential to get around and do things safely inside the home as it is to be able to navigate outside the home safely. Whether your mobility restrictions are from a medical ailment or an injury, safety and prevention from falling are paramount. In-home falls are the leading cause of unintentional injury deaths, accounting for 33 percent of deaths, according to the Home Safety Council (HSC).
Falling poses one of the greatest risks for seniors, especially seniors with limited mobility. And while science and technology are allowing us to live longer, the truth of the matter is that time takes a toll on our bodies. The older we get and the longer we’re able to live, the more likely we are to suffer from muscle weakness, poor balance, slower reflexes, impaired vision, arthritis and cognitive problems.
And experts urge seniors and their loved ones to pay attention to one particular reality of aging: The physical effects of growing older make people more likely to suffer a fall. This is particularly challenging when an aging individual doesn’t want to leave their home. “People just don’t want to leave the homes where they raised their families. After living somewhere for several decades, our aging loved ones feel as though nothing else will feel like home. They’d rather ‘age in place.'”
Baby Boomers, people born between 1946 and 1964, are currently in a season in life where they feel stuck between the reality of aging’s effects on our bodies and the sense of youth they still feel. About 77 million Baby Boomers are living in the U.S. Each day about 10,000 Baby Boomers are reaching retirement age. And they’re redefining aging in America. More and more Baby Boomers are health conscious and are staying active. They have a firm understanding of available mobility assistance and know that preventing illness and injury from happening in the first place are keys to being able to live the independent and active lives they desire.
Delta Accessibility wants to play an active role in helping you reach your goals of regaining or maintaining your independence, no matter your age or limitation. And we’re sensitive to your desire to stay home. We also understand that many with mobility limitations are still actively employed and frequenting activities outside the home, which creates the need for adaptations to be made there, as well.
Delta Accessibility can consult on and meet your commercial adaptation needs no matter the size of the project. From small businesses to large corporations, we are big enough to serve and small enough to care. We also proudly serve the needs of numerous VA hospitals and are proud to be able to make life easier for those who served.
Let Us Improve Your Quality of Living!
Delta Accessibility can meet your commercial and residential adaptation needs no matter the size of the project. From small businesses to large corporations, we are big enough to serve and small enough to care.