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Month: November 2015

Ascension's Protege Wheelchair lift with custom window etching on display at the 2015 AIA Expo.

American Institute of Architects

For over 10 years, Ascension has participated in the annual American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention. As the largest gathering of architects and design professionals in the United States, Ascension has the opportunity to demonstrate our wheelchair lifts to these professionals. Architects have the opportunity to learn more about accessibility solutions and to consider specifying a wheelchair lift for future projects. ...

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Ascension exhibits at a variety of trade shows every year.

2015 Trade Shows

This year Ascension will be exhibiting at the following trade shows: ...

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Ascension answers your frequently asked questions regarding their wheelchair lifts.

FAQs

Ascension has compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) by both prospective and current customers. If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact an Ascension Product Specialist. ...

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Ascension provides design support for Architects when choosing an Ascension Wheelchair Lift.

Ascension: Your Architect Partner

As an architect, you have several types of solutions available when designing around physical barriers: ...

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Image of building using a long ramp for wheelchair accessibility.

Is a Cheap Lift Enough?

Is it better to make a $5,000 accessibility mistake or a $75,000 wheelchair lift investment? Congratulations! You’ve begun your research for wheelchair lifts! But now you’ve realized you have some questions. If your first question is “How much does a wheelchair lift cost you’re not alone. However, you may not like the answer: “It depends.” ...

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

Stage Access for K-12 Schools

Eight of the ten largest school districts in the USA rely on Ascension wheelchair lifts to keep their communities safe and their stages ADA compliant. Large school districts may have dozens of Ascension lifts, and yet even small districts with only one school have also chosen Ascension. ...

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