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EZ Rampz Mobility Solutions opens new interactive showroom

EZ Rampz/Mobility Solutions moved from a 3,500-square-foot facility to a 13,000-square-foot location, we now have the space we need to feature all the accessibility products we offer for sale and for rent. This is the first showroom of its kind in the Roanoke Valley, benefiting thousands of people with short and long term mobility issues that depend [...]

By | May 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How to Help Your Child Deal With Alzheimer’s or Dementia

Alzheimer’s disease can take a giant toll on family life. It can have a large affect on adult children, spouses and siblings, but most importantly, it can have an effect on younger children and teenagers as well. Often times, children are unaware of diseases for elders such as Alzheimer’s and dementia and are very unaware [...]

By | September 19th, 2016|Caregiver Tips, Children, Support|0 Comments

The Benefits of Caregiving

Sometimes care giving can be a burden. You give up part of your life while juggling a full-time job and children. You get exhausted, stressed and depressed trying to balance your life while dealing with the emotional and physical tolls of caring for a loved who is either ungrateful or dealing with cognitive decline and [...]

By | September 16th, 2016|Caregiver Tips, health|0 Comments

How to Make Amends Through Caregiving

You might have a huge fight with your mother or a few choice words for your brother when you last spoke to each other. Resentment, regret and tension builds up over time, but suddenly tragedy or old age strikes and suddenly you find yourself with a unique opportunity for redemption. Often times, family members come [...]

By | September 5th, 2016|Senior Care, tips for caregivers|1 Comment

Don’t Let Past Resentment Hinder Caregiving Present

Caregiving can be tough, especially when you’re unprepared or your senior or disabled loved one is resistant to care. However, it can be just as difficult if you let the past control your care giving present. Our past interactions with loved ones can affect our responses to calls for care. A shaky relationship with a [...]

By | September 2nd, 2016|Caregiver Tips, Tips, tips for caregivers|0 Comments

Don’t Burden Your Caregiver

Often times caregivers are commended by others for giving up a normal life to take care of their disabled or elderly loved one, but there is actually another narrative not often discussed. While the caregiver is taking time from their own lives to care for someone, that person could end up being ungrateful and burdening [...]

By | August 29th, 2016|Support, Tips|0 Comments

Disability Safety: Keeping Your Home Secure

Being disabled or elderly can often make it difficult to navigate around your own home. Accessibility and mobility become difficult, and you become prone to more accidents in your bathroom, on the stairs or even at your front door. Besides installing our assistive technology products in your home such as wheelchair lifts, platforms and ramps, [...]

Know the Signs of Elder Abuse

Finding a caregiver that you can trust to properly care for your loved one can be difficult, but once you do, you can feel your mind be at ease. However, it is much more nerve-wracking to discover that you have been deceived into hiring an abusive caregiver. Cognitive deterioration can often cause elders to behave [...]

By | August 22nd, 2016|health, Senior Care, Support|0 Comments

How Millennials Can Be Proper Caregivers

According to AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, about 25 percent of U.S. caregivers fall between the age of 18 and 34. However, many of them have little to no experience with serious illness, making health care decisions or dealing with health insurance. Millennials are also known to be long-distance caregivers, as their new [...]

By | August 19th, 2016|Caregiver Tips, Support, Tips, tips for caregivers|0 Comments

How to Fight Cognitive Decline

Alzheimer’s and dementia can be scary to a spouse or loved one, especially when they are unprepared. One is more likely to develop these diseases if their thinking and memory is on the decline, especially when they have nothing to boost or maintain these cognitive function. As your senior gets older, it is important to [...]