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John Burfield

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Does Insurance or Medicare Cover Stair Lifts?

Posted by John Burfield on 2/5/19 3:57 PM

If you’re in the market for a stair lift, you may be wondering if your health insurance or Medicare coverage will pay the cost. Unfortunately, standard health insurance policies and Medicare will not typically cover the purchase or installation of a stair lift, even with a doctor’s order.

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Topics: Accessibility Equipment, Aging-In-Place, Customer Questions, Stair Lift, Independent Living, Product FAQ, Accessibility, Safety

How Much Does a Stair Lift Cost?

Posted by John Burfield on 2/1/19 1:01 PM

A question that we frequently get asked is “How much does a stair lift cost?”. There are several factors that determine the price of a stair lift, including which make and model of stair lift you choose and whether your stairway is straight or curved. Other factors include whether you are purchasing a brand-new unit, a refurbished unit or renting a stair lift.

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Topics: Accessibility, Aging-In-Place, Customer Questions, Product FAQ, Stair Lift, Independent Living, Mobility, Safety, Accessibility Equipment

Driver Rehabilitation: What You Should Know

Posted by John Burfield on 1/25/19 4:32 PM

Do you remember what it was like when you first started driving?  For many, the ability to drive marked a rite of passage that signified the transition into adulthood and ushered in new found independence and freedom. 

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Topics: Accessibility, Aging-In-Place, Accessibility Equipment, Mobility, Independent Living, Driver Rehabilitation Services, Adaptive Driving Equipment

Home Safe Homes Joins Lifeway Mobility

Posted by John Burfield on 1/15/19 3:12 PM

                  

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Topics: Lifeway News, Accessibility, Aging-In-Place, Mobility, Safety

What is a Hydrotherapy Air Spa Bathtub?

Posted by John Burfield on 1/10/19 2:41 PM

With the therapeutic benefits of warm water therapy gaining notoriety, you may be in the market for a new soaking or walk-in bathtub. If this is the case, you might have seen an option called a hydrotherapy air tub. While many people are familiar with tubs outfitted with whirlpool jets, commonly called a Jacuzzi tub, an air tub is a newer concept.

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Topics: Walk-in Bathtub, Accessible Bathing, Accessibility, Accessibility Equipment, Product FAQ, Customer Questions, Aging-In-Place