Webinar Oct 28 - Tips from the Experts: Maintain Independence at Home
Posted on by Amy Finke
"My dad had a stroke and can't climb the stairs inside or outside his home."
We hear stories like this every day and our Accessibility Specialists are experts at solving mobility challenges in a variety of environments in and around the home.
If you or a loved one struggles with mobility, this FREE webinar provides invaluable tips and product recommendations to help maintain mobility, safety and independence.
There will be a Q&A period at the end where you can ask specific questions.
You can also provide any specific concerns or questions you have in the registration comment field and we may include them in our discussion.
The webinar will be offered via Zoom at two different times for your convenience
Wednesday, October 28th:
12pm EST / 11am CST
7pm EST / 6pm CST
Who Should Attend
The information provided in the webinar will be helpful for individuals of all ages with limited mobility as well as those who are looking to age-in-place.
There will be tips to improve safety when:
- Getting in and out of the house
- Navigating up & down the stairs
- Using the bathroom and taking a shower or bath
All attendees will receive a free fall prevention checklist at the conclusion of the webinar!
Please Register by October 27th to participate.
You will receive a zoom link in your email.
Meet the Presenters
Amy Finke, CAPS, CEAC
VP of Buisness Development
Amy has over ten years of experience and expertise helping clients with home safety and accessibility solutions. Prior to joining Lifeway Mobility, Amy owned a specialized building company focused on designing and constructing home modifications for seniors and those with special needs. Leveraging her experience and law degree, she regularly collaborates with her elder law and special needs attorneys, health care providers, clinicians, and geriatric care managers to meet the home modification needs of their clients
Jim Whittington, CAPS
Jim has over twenty five years experience as a Trauma and Critical Care Nurse, plus five additional years of experience as an accessibility specialist with EHLS / Lifeway Mobility Chicago. Jim serves as a liaison to state and city agencies, senior and community centers and hospital rehabilitation centers presenting safe home accessibility solutions for people's home.