Early this morning Aquassure Accessible Baths’ Matthew Longman, CEO and Shari McDowell, CFO jumped onto a flight out of Kelowna heading for Toronto. They will be arriving early in preparation for their pitch day on CBC’s prime time television show Dragons’ Den. It was just March when the small Okanagan business got the phone call […]
When the time comes to make some changes to our homes to make them safe and accessible, we need to figure out how to pay for it. In BC, we are fortunate to have some tax credits available that ultimately reduce the overall costs, as well as a non-repayable grant for those that qualify.
It’s not uncommon that people who walk into our showroom aren’t sure of what they want to do with their bathroom. They know they need an upgrade, definitely see the signs of needing a safer bathing method, but have no idea what they’re looking for. There are a ton of products on the market and […]
November 6-12 is National Senior Safety Week and Aquassure Accessible Baths would like to remind everyone that Preventing Falls can save you or your loved one’s life. Over one third of seniors will fall this year, many will fall more than once; some will die. Most don’t discuss their falls with their healthcare providers until […]
This past Tuesday, September 9th, our dealer Home2stay Accessibility in Vancouver, BC took part in this year’s Rehab Equipment Expo at the Richmond Olympic Oval. REE at the ROO is an annual rehabilitation equipment exposition that connects both the public and rehabilitation specialists with the manufacturers, specialists, and dealers behind the products used to enhance […]
So you’ve decided to renovate your bathroom. You want to ensure your family’s safety in the coming years and are planning to install a more accessible solution for bathing. There are a lot of options on the market today, and a lot of things to look at. You need to decide budget, ensure you’re getting […]
In continued dedication to our customers, CEO Matthew Longman recently spent time in Boise, Idaho to obtain CAPS certification, an education that helps improve his understanding of how to transition a home into a safer and more accessible place for people of all abilities. CAPS stand for Certified Aging in Place Specialist, a designation that […]
After his Man-In-Motion World Tour finished it was Rick Hansen that originally developed the idea of National Access Awareness Week, in an effort to make a positive impact in the lives of those with disabilities and bring to light the difficulties they face every day. Now from May 26 to June 1 we honour this […]