Accessibility Plus

Local Resources

Accessibility Plus is focused exclusively on making the home a safer place for individuals with disabilities or challenges related to aging. Our in-home safety assessments are provided by an
Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA).  
Accessible Home Modifications Elderly

Accessibility Plus
is based in Madison, WI and provides accessible home modification services for Dane County along with areas of Columbia, Jefferson and Dodge Counties.


Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) – Although not currently available in every county in Wisconsin, ADRCs are the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability.

Gatekeepers Caretakers of older adults or children with special needs find safety gates of great benefit. There are several attractive, affordable options available, call us at to discuss.

Home Health United (HHU) offers an integrated and comprehensive variety of home health services. We are dedicated to helping people remain as safe, healthy and independent as possible in their own homes.

Home Instead Senior Care is passionately focused on helping older adults live independently in their homes, wherever they call home.  A few of the many services we provide are: companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, errands and incidental transportation. 
Home Instead Senior Care offers an affordable option for seniors who are able and prefer to remain at home where their quality of life is enhanced without the stress and hardship of interrupted routines and changes in their daily habits.  As the leader in non-medical senior care, we hire only  the best, most dependable people with a genuine heart for seniors in our community.

Accessibility Plus is proud to be the new Dealer for the QRamp™ modular access ramp system here in Wisconsin.  Here are some of the benefits: 
  • QRamp™ provides a durable, ADA compliant, 360° non-slip surface that has a large bariatric load capacity. 
  • To assist you in the dark, QRamp™ has incorporated glow in the dark guides that are lined on the interior side beams. These photo-luminescent strips last up to 6 hours and help you safely enter or exit your home, school or business. 
  • QRamp™ uses an ADA compliant grated decking surface called ThruFlow™ which allows water, snow, ice, dirt and debris to fall through the walking surface keeping your ramp clean and clear.
  • Accessibility can be elegant with a customized QRamp Access Ramp System.  Get a Free Consultation!
The Safeway Step® is a product and installation method designed to provide an economical renovation option for individuals and facilities interested in easier access into the bathtub area. The Safeway Step® can be used to retrofit your bath tub into a walk in shower or walk in bathtub.  Accessibility Plus is an authorized installer for the Safeway Step®, contact us for a no cost consultation.

Supportive Independence Options, (SIO) LLC offers a unique approach to providing services to the elderly or individuals who are dealing with the effects and lifestyle changes of a debilitating illness or disability.  

We provide care for those wishing to preserve their independence while continuing to live at home, or enhance their lives while living in traditional care settings such as independent and assisted living communities, nursing homes, or hospitals.  Care plans are tailored to each individual and include many different options and activities based on the needs of clients and their families.  
Read more about a sampling of our Services here.

The IndependenceFirst Mobility Store, is an innovative non-profit that offers low cost, refurbished and sanitized mobility and medical equipment to those who lack the resources to acquire new equipment.
All equipment is donated to the Mobility by individuals, businesses, and other nonprofit agencies. Every item is carefully sanitized and repaired by experienced workers at Badger State Industries.  Every dollar collected for equipment is re-invested in the program and helps to sustain our services.

Weekend Wish, whose mission is to provide medically challenged families with a memorable weekend camping experience, is still accepting 2016 nominations.  Qualified candidates are people with severe medical illness, special needs children or adults, or a caregiver of person(s) with medical hardships located in Wisconsin.

To nominate someone for the Weekend Wish, please send your nomination letter explaining why you or the person of interest deserves a Weekend Wish to:  Weekend Wish, W8823 County Road TC, Oakfield, WI 53065.  

Adaptive equipment reimbursement of up to $1,000 is available for reimbursement under the terms of the various mobility programs offered by GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Lexus and Volkswagen. These programs were established to provide cash payments to disabled drivers for the installation of adaptive equipment in any new vehicle, whether it is purchased outright or leased.  

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