A wheelchair lift purchase for your home can be a costly so it is important to make a wise choice. There are really two ways that people enter the market for a wheelchair lift purchase. Slowly over time mobility can be reduced. It does happen to us all. Or the one thing we don’t want to think about a catastrophic injury that has life-changing repercussions.
In either case mobility options are a hard choice to make. The options seem overwhelming and difficult. One thing for sure an investment in a wheelchair lift is less expensive than moving to a different home and a lift can avoid many of the pitfalls you have with ramps or other alternatives. Not only can ramps be difficult to navigate, but they can also take up more space than you have property or room.
Moving to assisted living facilities can seem like an alternative, but again cost is significant and can eat up life savings in a hurry. But really, it is your home. It is hard to abandon it unless you absolutely have to. But where do you start?
The first answer is easy. Call TL Shield to get information before you make any decisions. They will listen to your concerns, assess your needs and survey your property to see if it can even accommodate a wheelchair lift or if there is a better alternative. They will then discuss all your options and help you choose what is best for you.
There are several points that need to be considered and they will help you answer:
When we have the opportunity to have an obligation free conversation, we will answer all of these questions and more. We will do what ever we can to make this process easy.
If you now need a wheelchair lift, you are probably facing difficult time in your life. So make things as easy for yourself as possible. Have a discussion with a trusted source that can assist you with the decisions you need to make. There is no cost for a consultation and no obligation. It is just helping you out when you need it most.
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