Resources for Caregivers
Keep Your Loved One Connected to What Matters Most
As a caregiver, you undoubtedly feel the pressure of the many responsibilities on your shoulders as you care for a loved one living with limited mobility or a disability. One of the most life-changing investments you can make is a mobility solution that keeps your family members safe, comfortable, and most importantly, together.
The process of selecting the right mobility product can seem overwhelming, but BraunAbility is here to help!
Take this short quiz to narrow down the mobility solution that’s best for you and your family.
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- Benna, Michigan
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Find the Best Mobility Solutions for Your Loved One
Mobility isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, so it’s important to know what your options are when it comes to keeping your loved one mobile and on the go.
Here’s an overview of BraunAbility mobility products available to keep your family on the go together.
Caregiving 101 – Resources to Make Life Easier
From making your home accessible to what to consider when buying your first wheelchair, it’s easy to have more questions than answers as a caregiver. Here are a few blogs from our library to help you along your caregiving journey.
Disabled children need special attention that other kids may not. This how-to is a start on how to help, live with, and cherish children with disabilities.
Are you confused about the difference between a caretaker vs a caregiver? Here's everything you need to know about these two care providers.
Check out these sensory bin ideas. Sensory bins are easy to make and provide many benefits for kids. Learn more about them here.
Looking for tips on showing caregiver appreciation this month? Check out our helpful article for a bevy of ideas to use.
Driving is a path to freedom that gives elderly drivers both access and dignity. But there will come a time when every driver needs to hang up their keys.
Do you or a loved one need help with activities of daily living? An HHA could help. What is a home health aide? Read on to learn more.
Durable medical equipment (DME) can withstand heavy use to help you complete your daily activities. Learn the answer to the question "What is DME?" here.
What is ADA compliant? And as a consumer, how do you know whether a vehicle is ADA accessible? Learn more about ADA and your rights here.
If you're renting a wheelchair van, there are a few factors to take into account to determine what type of vehicle will best suit your needs.
Wheel chair van rentals may provide a convenient alternative for those who are not yet ready or able to purchase a van--or who don't need one full time.
There are many different kinds of wheelchair ramps, each with its own particular use. Learn about each of them and how to choose the best for you.
When hiring a personal care assistant, there several must-have qualities. This guide shows 7 qualities to look for when hiring a personal care assistant.
It is crucial for your bathroom to be ADA compliant, but what are the steps you need to take? This guide shows the 5 steps to an ADA compliant bathroom.
There are certain things you need to know about portable wheelchair ramps. You can check out our guide right here to learn more.
Will an accessible vehicle be right for your family? Here are some considerations to make when deciding on a BraunAbility vehicle.
Thinking of utilizing home health care for a loved one? Take a look at this guide to better understand how home health care services work.
Be an enriching, positive influence in your grandchild's life with these tips for grandparenting a child with special needs.
Purchasing a wheelchair is a big investment. So, which one is best for you? Here are 5 important things to know before you buy a wheelchair.
When looking to make a home wheelchair accessible, expert Rosemarie Rossetti says focusing your budget on the kitchen and bathrooms is a smart investment.
As a caregiver, you likely need to get a ramp for a wheelchair. Click here to learn why handicap ramp rental is the right choice.
Looking to make a home more accessible? Click here to learn what to ask yourself before choosing ramps for stairs for elderly loved ones.