Home Accessibility

Home is where your heart is – so these product solutions offer ways to make your favorite environment more convenient, comfortable and safe every day.

Harmar Access

SL300 Pinnacle

SL300 Pinnacle

  • Harmar’s newest Pinnacle model combines premium features with a compelling price point.
  • The SL300 (with a 300-lb. lifting capacity) requires zero maintenance and boasts compact dimensions, lengthy operation in power outages and an automatic/mechanical folding rail option.
  • Fold-up armrests and the seat base have an 11" folded width when not in use.
  • An ergonomic hand control switch on the armrest makes for easy operation, while an oversized footrest offers comfort and security.
  • A patented nylon polymer gear with helical work drive featuring six points of contact provides ultimate stability and a smooth ride.


  • (800) 833-0478

National Seating & Mobility/AccessNSM

Splashy Bath Seat

Splashy Bath Seat

  • National Seating & Mobility (NSM) is the exclusive American distributor of Splashy, the new portable bath seat from Firefly by Leckey.
  • To adapt to the child’s postural support needs, Splashy offers a five-point harness or three-point pelvic support.
  • The seat has four detachable bumpers to lend extra support where it’s needed.
  • The warm-touch foam is soft when wet or dry, and the seat reclines easily to position the child at the ideal angle for bathing.
  • Travel-friendly Splashy will also be right at home in other wet environments, such as the beach or garden.


  • (615) 595-1115




  • Comes in four sizes to accommodate clients from childhood through young adulthood.
  • The seat tilts, and the back can be angled to achieve the ideal seating and posture during hygiene activities.
  • Adjustable height enables it to be placed over a toilet — or use a pan instead.
  • Accessories include a head support, a push brace to maneuver the unit, sides that provide moderate torso control and positioning, and swing-away side supports.
  • The seat is now also available in blue in addition to standard gray.
  • The largest size (size 4) has a 154-lb. weight capacity.


  • (888) 266-8243

AlumiRamp, Inc.

Armada Ramp

Armada Ramp

  • The modular, anodized aluminum Armada ramp system is designed to offer plenty of flexibility to accommodate the wide-ranging needs of customers.
  • 4', 5', 6' and 8' ramp lengths and 36" widths are stocked as standard, custom ramp lengths and widths are also available to order as needed.
  • A knurled, slip-resistant ramp surface and handrails are among the Armada’s safety-minded features.
  • The system can accommodate up to 750 lbs.
  • Contact AlumiRamp regarding special customer needs, ramp designs, terrains, rises, measurements, etc.


  • (800) 800-3864

Columbia Medical

Omni Rolling Chairs

Omni Rolling Chairs

  • Versatility is the theme of the Omni series of rolling chairs.
  • With stainless steel and aluminum frames, the Omni chairs offer adjustable backrests, legrests and chair heights, and accessories include head support, lateral support, detachable height-adjustable armrests, anterior support surface, rear anti-tippers and a pelvic belt.
  • Omni chairs function as shower chairs, toilet supports or positioning commodes, according to client need.
  • The system is available in seat widths of 13", 14" and 16", and has four tilt settings: 0°, 30°, 60° and 90°.


  • (800) 454-6612


PATHWAY 3G Modular Access

PATHWAY 3G Modular Access

  • Because it allows for infinite modular configurations, the PATHWAY 3G can create safe and seamless access for both standard and customized/unique entryways.
  • Three surface options (solid, expanded metal and perforated) are available to meet a range of customer needs.
  • The solid surface features an extruded tread surface with raised ribs for exceptional slip resistance.
  • Expanded metal utilizes diamond-shaped openings to allow multi-directional traction and reduced surface accumulation.


  • (800) 451-1903

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