Category Archives: Making a Home Accessible

Home Healthcare Supplies Product Spotlight: Toilevator

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If you or someone you are caring for is suffering from a chronic disease or even recovering from an injury, there is one common challenge: bathroom use. Circumstances that range from a total knee replacements, more common in elderly patients, to those of ACL surgery, common at any age, can cause challenges when it comes [...]

At Home Physical Therapy: Organization and Documentation

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While physical therapy at home can be extremely convenient, the thought of losing direct contact with your physical therapist can be nerve-racking for some patients. Whether your entire rehab is taking place at home, or you are transitioning from in-office visits, stress is the last thing you need! After you have received your required exercises [...]


Making Your Elderly Loved Ones Home Safe

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Whether or not you live with the loved one you are caregiving for, it’s extremely important that their living space is safe.  You might think that you have to spend countless hours and dollars modifying your or your loved ones home to make it safe, but most modifications are simple and cost effective.  6 Top Tips [...]


Home Modification for Safety and Independence

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Home modification can sometimes be time consuming, expensive and stressful. You have to convince your entire family and the loved one you are caring for that the modification is for the best and BETTER than the existing plan.  At EasierLiving, we know the importance of modifying your home to keep your loved one safe and [...]


Making a Home Accesible: Start with the Doorknobs

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Traditionally, homes are equipped with round doorknobs on almost every door.  Loved ones with limited use of their hands, due to arthritis, Parkinson’s or stroke, will become increasingly aware of the difficulty presented by round doorknobs. Updating a round doorknob to a lever style will greatly increase your loved one’s independence.  Opening doors will be [...]