Facing post-surgery rehab? Here’s what to consider.

When you schedule cancer surgery, joint replacement or any other significant surgery, it’s vitally important to have the best doctor and best hospital for your health needs. That’s a given. What folks often give less credence to is where you will recover and receive therapy after being released from the hospital. As those of us…

The platinum rule

Everyone is familiar with the concept of the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do onto you.” It’s timeless and a classic, not to mention good advice. At 101 Mobility, we subscribe to another rule of thumb called the Platinum Rule, commonly attributed to Dr. Tony Allessandra. Here is what Allessandra says about…

When your mobility needs are temporary

 Home accessibility needs can be temporary for a variety of reasons. Knowing you can rent what you need only while you need it can be very helpful. Sean’s heartfelt story is one example. “My mother had multiple procedures for her late-stage cancer diagnosis, but wasn’t going to get any better. I traveled across the country to be…

What to consider if you become disabled

 Most people don’t expect to ever become disabled, so they don’t plan for it. At 101 Mobility, we frequently speak with families who must cope with an unexpected disability diagnosis. It’s a stressful place to find oneself, with no easy answers. Dealing with the onset of a major disability affects the disabled person as well…

101 Mobility supports the Hamilton County Resource Fair March 24th

   When we were presented with the opportunity to help support and promote a stronger, more informed Hamilton County through our participation in the 8th Annual Hamilton County Resource Fair, we jumped at the chance. Our 101 Mobility family values the incredible work of the Good Samaritan Network, which provides an effective collaborative organizational structure and…

When you need quick help setting up your home for someone with temporary disabilities, 101 Mobility can help

Joan M. knows a little something about dealing with the unexpected. When her 40-something husband had a stroke, her family’s life turned upside down in an instant. For weeks, she had been completely preoccupied with her husband’s physical and medical care at the hospital. Now her husband was coming home and she had a whole…