Posts from January, 2012

  • Staying Active Throughout the Winter Staying Active Throughout the Winter Staying active throughout the cold winter months is important for a wide variety of reasons. Keeping active during the winter will boost your immune system, keeping your resistance to colds and the flu up. Remaining active also helps to reduce feelings of depression, ... Learn More
  • Making Your New Year’s Resolution Stick Making Your New Year’s Resolution Stick This is it! This is the year that you are going to make that New Year’s resolution stick. It’s tough. We know. But making that commitment to yourself, and possibly your loved ones is important. Finding strategies for success is crucial. Here are some tips that can help you ... Learn More
  • Where the Heart Is: How to Pay for Home Modifications Where the Heart Is: How to Pay for Home Modifications Aging in place (AIP) costs considerably less than assisted living care, but it’s not free. Though funds are dwindling for many senior-related programs (Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security have all spent ample time on the chopping block lately), there are still a number ... Learn More
  • Meet the New ADA Regulations Deadline of March 15, 2012 With Help From 101 Mobility® Meet the New ADA Regulations Deadline of March 15, 2012 With Help From 101 Mobility® March 15, 2012, is the deadline set by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for the new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II and III regulations that set a new level of accessibility standards for swimming pools, wading pools, and spas. 101 Mobility® can help you ... Learn More