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Top Three Models of Custom Wheelchair Ramps

Wheelchair and mobility scooter users may find it really challenging to overcome the barriers posed by stairs, raised thresholds and landings. Installing ramps in residential and commercial buildings could be an effective solution. Reliable dealers of accessibility equipment offer top quality ramps like custom, modular and portable ramps. Ideal for use in homes, institutions, and…

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NSM360: A Journey to Independence

Whether at home, in the community or moving throughout life, National Seating & Mobility (NSM) honors the journey to independence for those in the mobility community, a journey that often goes beyond the chair. Independence might mean a customized power wheelchair to maximize comfort and independence, an installed chair lift to access the second floor…

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Complex Rehab Technology: An Essential Business

The COVID-19 pandemic is a health crisis beyond anything our modern world has experienced. The implications of this global event continue to affect every aspect of society and industry, most notably the healthcare community. The complex rehab technology (CRT) industry has also faced COVID-19 challenges, however, as a federally deemed essential provider, providers such as…

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Forging Ahead with Continuity of Care

As the United States – and the world – have dealt with the impact of COVID-19, the words “essential” and “non-essential” have become part of our vernacular. While the definition of what is an “essential business” has varied from state-to-state and even city-to-city, the role of NSM is firmly established as essential in all cases.…

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A Worthwhile Investment: Empowering ATPs and Technicians

Investing in leadership development not only drives operational excellence, but also inspires best practices for peers in any industry. With regards to Complex Rehab Technology (CRT), National Seating & Mobility (NSM) remains committed to investing in employees and establishing best practices for the industry as a whole. On the frontlines of client services are Assistive…

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Response to COVID-19

National Seating & Mobility response to COVID-19

Dear Valued NSM Client, As we all continue to experience the increased impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we feel it is important you know what we are doing as a company to continue to keep you safe, healthy, and moving through life.  Your well-being is always our top priority and remains our focus amidst growing concerns…

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4 Essential Questions for a New Wheelchair User

A person in a wheelchair working in a retail store.

We are honored to deliver thousands of new wheelchairs a year to people across the country at National Seating & Mobility. It’s important to us that you gain the most accessibility possible with your wheelchair. This could be the first wheelchair you or your loved one has, or perhaps you just updated to a more…

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How Will You Get In and Out of Your Home in Your Wheelchair?

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Just because you’re in a wheelchair does not mean you have to stay at home—even when there are steps involved. There are multiple accessibility tools to help you go safely in and out of your own residence as independently as possible. Ask your local NSM professional to help you decide which solution is the best…

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How Will You Transfer Your Wheelchair Outside Your Home?

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Are you searching for the best way to transport your wheelchair when you leave your home? One of the greatest freedoms for anyone who uses a wheelchair is to be able to leave their home and go where they want. You can equip your new or current vehicle to make it safe and simple to…

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How Will You Manage Your Hygiene And Bathing Needs?

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Your wheelchair may be giving you freedom to move freely around your home and beyond, but one of the most critical areas of concern is how to make it easier and safer to take care of your personal hygiene needs or those of your loved one with limited mobility. The bathroom is often the smallest…

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