Ascension Blog

At Ascension, we believe that accessibility creates opportunities for connection within communities that lets everyone participate equally in the world we share together

Category: Spotlight

A New Look: Adaptive Fashion in 2020

Over the past few years, several large companies have invested in developing adaptive fashion lines for people living with disabilities. However, fashion designed for people living with designed for people living with disabilities is not a new concept.

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High-profile accessibility to historic properties can be challenging & Ascension wheelchair lifts require no ramps or installation pits.

High-Profile Accessibility

Making accessibility modifications to historic properties is often a challenging endeavor. Such modifications typically involve doing away with architectural barriers or leveling the grade of

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Queen's Hall Theatre in Trinidad and Tobago purchased an Ascension Virtuoso Wheelchair Lift and uses it for a variety of events.

A Queen’s Home

Queen’s Hall Theatre in Trinidad and Tobago has been pushing for community growth since it opened its doors in 1959. Since that time, the theatre

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Teresa Rosano, Teaching Universal Design

The University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) recently concluded its fall 2020 semester in a student project showcase and universal design competition. Ascension reached out to CAPLA instructor and Tucson architect Teresa Rosano to ask about the semester and the student design competition. We spoke

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A New Look: Adaptive Fashion in 2020

Over the past few years, several large companies have invested in developing adaptive fashion lines for people living with disabilities. However, fashion designed for people living with designed for people living with disabilities is not a new concept.

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How to Increase Home Resale Value with Accessibility Renovations

Regardless of their situation, it’s common for home owners to worry about damaging their home’s resale value when making accessible renovations. However, making informed, practical, and architecturally sound home accessibility modifications can actually increase a home’s value, in addition to its comfort and usability. The Trick to Increasing Home Value

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