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9 Ways to Profit from Owning an Ascension Wheelchair Lift

9 Ways Organizations Profit from Owning Wheelchair Lifts

Owning an Ascension wheelchair lift provides benefits far beyond just accessibility compliance. For instance, organizations can actually profit financially from owning an Ascension lift, or save money...

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The Ascension Difference reflects a customer-centric approach to design and an uncompromising commitment to building a fully accessible world.

The Ascension Difference

Commitment to People, Commitment to Place Ascension’s customer-centric approach to design and uncompromising commitment to building a fully accessible world is what separates Ascension platform lifts from all others....

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Residential Architecture

How Age and Economics are Affecting Residential Architecture

A large social and cultural shift permeating throughout U.S. society has been growing steadily over the last decade, and is now decidedly changing the future of architecture and city development. As a result, architectural trends are moving away from traditional suburban family housing and instead emphasizing smaller, universally designed homes and apartments in cities to better suite changing lifestyles. ...

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Accessible Luxury Homes

Accessible Luxury Homes: Open Your World with Ascension Lifts

Ascension engineers collaborated with practicing architects and interior designers to create lifts that provide both an ease of accessibility around the home while also contributing to modern architectural trends. As a result, Ascension lifts provide unparalleled accessibility with seamless integration into any home, attending to the experiences of light and space. ...

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An Ascension Wheelchair Lift in use by a young child at a K-12 school.

Ascension Brings Accessibility to a New School Year

As we near the beginning of a new school year, it’s now time for administrators and facility managers to once again consider their school’s accessibility. With nearly one in five people in the U.S. living with a disability, making education physically accessible is more important than ever. That’s why ...

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