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Lifeway Mobility Minneapolis

Accessibility & Safety Solutions (651) 462-3444

Serving Minnesota and western Wisconsin

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& Solutions Available from Lifeway Mobility Minneapolis

Up & Down the Stairs

  • Stair Lifts
  • Wheelchair Lifts

In & Out of the House

  • Stair Lifts
  • Wheelchair Lifts
  • Ramps

Bathroom Modifications

  • Accessible Showers
  • Walk-In Tubs & Tub Cuts
  • Bathroom Safety Products

Public & Commercial Buildings

  • Commercial Stair Lifts
  • Commercial Wheelchair Lifts & Ramps

Home Safety

  • Free Home Assessments
  • Grab Bars and Poles
  • Threshold Ramps

Aging in Place

  • Stay Safe in the Home You Love
  • CAPS Certified
  • Independent Living

Why Choose Lifeway Mobility

  • 300+ healthcare professionals
    select Lifeway to identify
    access solutions each month
  • 5,100+ consumers trusted Lifeway
    for solutions and services
    in 2018
  • 100% Local teams knowledgeable in
    your area and your needs
    provide all services
  • 17 Years of experience is held by
    each Lifeway consultant,
    on average

Serving Minnesota and western Wisconsin

Lifeway Minneapolis Team

  • Food Delivery Services Let You Eat Gourmet Meals Without Leaving Home

    Posted by John Burfield on

    If you have limited mobility, cooking meals from scratch at home can be too tiring, difficult, or even dangerous, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have delicious, nutritious meals at home.

    Dozens of food delivery services are available to take away the burden of shopping for ingredients, choosing a menu, and even food prep, from grocery delivery services that let you shop from home and do all your own cooking to a chef that comes to your home, cooks, and cleans up.

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  • Best Accessible Travel Destinations for those with Disabilities

    Posted by Kylee Rivers on

    There are an estimated 3.3 million wheelchair users in the United States. As a result of increased awareness and new legislation, more and more travel destinations are seizing the opportunity to change their thinking about accessibility tourism. Instead of treating it as something that must be managed separately, more destinations now consider accessibility as mainstream. Along with mints on pillows and individually wrapped soaps, travelers will often also find wheelchair ramps and LU/LA elevators in many hotels.

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