Happy Holidays from our homes to yours! Enjoy this magical time of the year with family and friends!

~Team Access Mobility

Tis' the season to be jolly!  Yes, it's that time of year again when friends and family come together for the holidays. Don't miss the opportunity to see your loved ones! We can help make that happen! As we all know, Santa has been watching to see if we have been naughty or nice! Here at Access Mobility, we have been watching hard as Santa's elves try to fulfill everyone's mobility wishes. Come see our full line of Golden and Pride Scooters we have on sale! We have a large variety to chose from. Access Mobility has stocked 3 and 4 wheel scooters in different sizes and configurations. 

Already have a Scooter and just need a quick tune up? Bring in your broken "sleigh" and we'll get you moving to that next holiday celebration! 
If you've been looking for the perfect gift, look no further. Not only do we have scooters, rollators and power wheelchairs, we have the largest showcase of Sleep Chairs in town! These chairs come in endless size and color combinations to fit any lifestyle & many can still be delivered in time for Christmas!
The best Christmas gifts do not have to come from the electronics and jewelry department. Sometimes the best gift is one that simply makes life a little easier! During Silent Night(s), individual mobility limitations creep up on us. We wake up and wonder who replaced my younger pain-free body with this achy one?! Take a look at the following ideas & think about how they may be the ultimate Gift that Keeps On Giving – either for ourselves – or someone we care about:

  • Single step stool with handle – Keep it in the bedroom or in the kitchen. The handle makes it easy to move it around AND helps keep your balance when reaching for the higher shelves.

  • Weekly Pill Organizers – Plan ahead for the entire week. Removable by Day of the Week, and split up by Times of the Day. Make more time for yourself by opening each bottle one time a week instead of 7. It’s a real time saver, not to mention avoiding the “did I take that” confusion.

  • Simple Bath Chair – It’s no secret that the majority of falls occur in the bathroom. Having a seat in the shower/bath is an inexpensive way to make keeping clean a safe activity. Not to mention, it’s really nice to just sit and enjoy the hot water! Having a shower seat doesn’t make you old – it makes you smart & safe! Heck, I use one and I’m not “over the hill” yet!

  • Rolling Utility Cart – Much safer than trying to carry a basket across the house. Many folks use them to go shopping, rather than carry bags all day. Folds completely flat for simple storage, too!

  • Folding Cane – It’s amazing how easily those canes walk off by themselves. If you or someone you know uses a cane, you know what I’m talking about. They just disappear sometimes! Keeping a folding cane in the glove box, or in the trunk is an easy way to always have a spare ready to go. 

Countless times we’ve heard “Oh, don’t buy me that… I’m not going to use it”. Turn s out, as soon as no one is looking, they try it… and they secretly love it! Before you know it, they can’t live without it. Of course lift chairs and scooters also fit the bill of being a helpful gift, but even the smaller items greatly improve lives.
Let us know if we can help you finish up your Holiday Shopping! 
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The Flip Pillow has quickly become one of Access Mobility’s top selling items. It all started as a simple promotion from our vendor, Contour Products. They created a bundle with our already-popular Kabooti seat cushion, and this new all-in-one pillow; the Flip Pillow.

Access Mobility had yet to offer specialty pillows in our equipment line up , but our Contour Products rep assured us that it would be a big seller.

Cautiously, we purchased the 10-pack bundle.

Our representative was so confident this item would be a success, they bet our employees would purchase half of the pillows in the initial 10-pack.... and they were right! Before the pillows even hit the showroom floor, the buzz was throughout the office. Our own employees purchased several pillows out of the first 10-pack - and even more from the second 10-pack!
So does the Flip Pillow really work? Yes, it really does! Just ask one of our employees how much they enjoy theirs and you'll see - the proof is in the pudding - or should we say - in the pillow.

So if you’re looking for a unique Christmas gift, might we suggest the Flip Pillow. We even have some under our tree with red bows already on them! 
Old Fashioned
Sugar Cookies
  • Level: Easy                         
  • Prep: 10 min
  • Inactive: 4 hr
  • Cook: 30 min
  • Yield: 3 dozen cookies, depending on the size of the cutters

1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter
1 cup granulated sugar
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
Colored sugar and milk, for decorating, or Royal Icing, recipe follows
Royal Icing:
2 pounds confectioners' sugar
1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons meringue powder (egg white powder)
Food coloring, as desired
1.   Cream the butter and sugar in a large bowl with an electric mixer. Beat in the eggs and vanilla.
2.   Combine the flour, baking powder and salt in a second large bowl and mix well. Stir the flour mixture into the butter mixture 1 cup at a time. Chill the dough for 3 to 4 hours.
3 .Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment. Roll out the dough and cut it into shapes with cookie cutters or a knife. Place the shapes on the prepared cookie sheet. If decorating with colored sugar, brush the cookies with milk and sprinkle with colored sugar (if using royal icing, leave unfinished). Bake until the cookies are just beginning to brown around the edges, 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the size of the cookies.
4.Remove the cookies to a rack to cool completely. If using royal icing, decorate the cookies as desired.
Royal Icing:
5.    Combine the confectioners' sugar, meringue powder and 3/4 cup water in a large bowl. Mix slowly with an electric mixer until stiff enough to form peaks; the icing should be pure white and thick, but not fluffy and bubbly. If the frosting is over-beaten, it will get aerated which makes it harder to work with. If this happens, let the frosting sit to settle, and then use a rubber spatula to vigorously beat and smooth out the frosting.
6.    Add up to 1 tablespoon food coloring and mix with a rubber spatula until the color is uniform. Gels are best with royal icing. You don't want to thin them with liquid colors. Be careful of adding too much color, which reduces the sheen of the frosting and can break down the consistency of the frosting over a couple of days. Store the icing at room temperature, covered, with plastic wrap on the surface.
7.    Yield: 3 1/2 cups icing
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