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Disabled Persons Equipment and Supplies

The sale of equipment and supplies for disabled persons can be complicated. Many handicapped individuals receive medical care through government programs and they may also have private insurance. In the case of short term disability, equipment is often rented rather than sold.

Wheelchairs come in various kinds, ranging from manual to powered. Scooters are commonly purchased by individuals with long term mobility problems. Commonly, companies sell wheelchairs and other supplies, such as home assistant devices. Stair lifts and platform lifts, however, tend to be more specialized. All of these devices require electric motors.

Vehicle conversion is another important area. Vans and station wagons are fitted with wheelchair lifts and hand controls. In some cases, the driver's seat may be removed to allow direct wheelchair access. In all cases, a vehicle large enough to carry a wheelchair and other equipment without interfering with passenger space is desirable.

Disabled persons may also require home construction work, generally done by contractors. Installing entrance ramps and accessible bathrooms is important to aid disabled individuals. Contractors need to be able to visualize what a disabled person needs such as a bench to sit on in the shower or a lowered counters. In some cases, every door in the house needs to be widened to accommodate a powered chair.

Other companies sell primarily furniture, devices and accessories. Accessory sales cover everything, including white canes, backpacks and wheelchairs. Both fixed and detachable bed rails are also sold.

In all cases, salesmen and workers need to understand the handicap or disability of a customer. They need to be sympathetic, but not patronizing, towards customers. At all times, they need to remember that people are focused on staying mobile, doing what they need to do to get on with their lives.

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