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Accessible Home Modification

Providing Safety and Independence in Your Home

Being able to stay in the home you love and living in the place of your choice after an injury or illness or as we age is what we all dream of.  Accessible home modifications from Jackson Medical Supply can improve your safety and independence and allow you to live your life your way.

At Jackson Medical Supply, we have combined our knowledge of home medical equipment and adaptive home modification to offer aging and mobility restricted clients throughout Iowa with various solutions to allow them to stay in their homes safely.

Walk-In Tubs, Lifts and Acorn Stair Lifts

Jackson Medical Supply offers a full range of services for the home including Acorn stair lifts, wheelchair elevators and lifts, wheelchair ramps, walk-in bathtubs and roll-in showers, safety railings and grab bars and patient track lift systems to meet your needs.

* Accessible home modifications and ramps may not be covered by Medicare or insurance.
Please contact us to learn more.

Getting Started on Your Accessible Home Remodeling

Accessible home remodeling is designed for people who want to live in their home after a spinal cord injury, stroke, brain injury, MS or mobility problems brought on by age, arthritis or joint issues. What type of accessible home remodeling and modifications project would you benefit from and allow you greater independence and safety? Our projects and services include:

  • Stair lifts for indoors and outdoors
  • Indoor and outdoor wheelchair elevators and lifts
  • Wheelchair ramps
  • Walk-in bathtubs and roll-in showers (coming soon!)
  • Safety railings
  • Track lift systems

Accessing Your Needs Is the First Step

Every accessible home modification project begins with determining your needs. Use this checklist to help with that process.

  • 1. Make a list of areas in your home that could be improved by modification. Write them down as you go.

  • 2. Determine potential barriers from any wheelchair user’s perspective. If possible, use a wheelchair while doing the assessment.

  • 3. Outside of your home, assess driveways, walkways, steps, and doors for barriers, proper lighting, and accessibility.

  • 4. Review and prioritize your list of potential modifications according to importance to you. This will help to decide what to work on first and help guide your budget.

  • 5. Contact Jackson Medical Supply to set up a consultation of your home or business. Have your lists ready.

  • 6. One of our home modification specialists will set up a time to visit you, assess your needs and help you formulate a plan that meets those needs.

  • 7. If warranted, our architect and contractor will go over the plans, timelines and costs of the project.

  • 8. When plans are agreed upon, work can begin.

  • 9. Don’t wait another day to be safe and independent in your home, contact Jackson Medical Supply today.


Visit the Jackson Medical Supply online catalog to see more accessibility solutions and what we offer. Please contact one of our accessible home modification experts to talk more about how we can help you.