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Wheelchair Accessible Home Modifications

Listed are sources of Wheelchair Accessible Home Modifications. These resources can improve the quality of life and personal independence of persons living with a spinal cord injury or paralysis. Click through to view the details of any listing and to find contact information.

Gentleman Door Automation – Door Automation Kits

Gentleman Door Automation offers door openers for residential and public access applications. All door openers are ADA compliant.

Door Motion Technologies – Residential & Commercial Door Operators

Door Motion Technologies, Inc. was formed to manufacture and distribute door opening devices to improve accessibility for the disabled and elderly.

Modification Network, Inc. – Home Modifications For Injured Workers

Modification Network, Inc. is a nationwide network of certified providers of accessible home modifications and independent living products and services.

CAPS Remodeling – Wheelchair Accessible Home Remodeling In Michigan

CAPS Remodeling has years of experience in wheelchair accessible home modifications and accessories for the elderly or disabled.

FODAC – No Cost/Low Cost Wheelchairs & Medical Equipment

Friends of Disabled Adults and Children (FODAC) provides durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs and hospital beds at little or no cost.

Home Access Professionals – Services & Solutions For Home Modifications

Home Access Professionals in a nationwide team of home accessibility experts that provide project management services and solutions for home modifications.

Power Access Corporation – Residential & Commercial Automatic Door Openers

For over thirty years, Power Access has manufactured automatic door openers and related door controls to help those handicapped and others who need assistance through doors with side hinges.

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