Adjusting to a new phase of life in which a wheelchair van is essential is not always the easiest change to make. You might find yourself asking these kinds of questions: Do I need to change my furniture? Do I need a ramp added to my home? Should I switch from tubs to showers or add handrails? What type of transportation will I need? Are my doorframes large enough for a wheelchair to fit through?
Our goal is to be the best resource for you as you seek to answer these questions. We want to offer you the guidance you may need while educating you and your loved ones about the types of handicap accessible solutions you might need, such as wheelchair accessible vans or handicap mobility products for your home.
If transportation is a concern, drop by our homepage to learn about the types of wheelchair vans and wheelchair accessibility conversions we can offer. Our vans and conversion features include ease-of-use pieces like a non-slip ramp and an automatic kneeling system built into the van. Our goal in adding these features was to make sure that Van Products wheelchair accessible vans are significantly easier to enter and exit than many other options. The other feature we are most proud of is our unique dual floor level.
Many times, wheelchair vans have a standard floor level that makes the wheelchair passenger in the back raised too high to see out the front window. Other times, these vans have too low a floor that leaves the driver too low to the ground. We make sure that the back is low and front is lifted so both the wheelchair passenger can see out the front window and the driver remains at a comfortable height.
Serving our community includes providing resources, handicap accessible vans and home products to make your house wheelchair accessible. We also want to use this blog as a resource for you, so let us know any questions you have or topics you want to see us discuss! Get in touch to learn more about how Van Products can keep your life moving.
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