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

Ascension wheelchair lifts can be found in other facilities, such as government buildings, hotels, restaurants and retail stores.

Other Facilities

Where is Ascension located? Ascension wheelchair lifts are used for a variety of customer types, including: hotels, casinos, courthouses, commercial buildings, retail stores, museums, cafetoriums,

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What Are My Financing Options?

Here at Ascension, we understand that financing your lift can be a critical component of your buying experience. Due to the nature our products, many customers desire to use credit or terms to help finance their lift. As such, Ascension has prepared this webpage to help you understand our process.

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Ascension: Providing Custom Solutions For Unique Challenges

In the accessibility business, every situation is unique. That’s why wheelchair lift customization is so important. At Ascension, we recognize our clients’ diverse needs and provide a variety of lift customization options to meet each challenge.Below, we explore the lifts and the many options that make Ascension the leader in

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“Piggyback” Purchasing 101: Collaborate on Accessibility

Making Collaborative Purchasing Work for You “Piggyback clauses”* have been successfully used by many public entities, including school districts, government agencies, and convention centers across the United States to acquire goods and services, including wheelchair lifts. What is Piggybacking? Piggybacking is the practice of a public entity using another entity’s

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Ascension's created a 3-step guide to creating an accessible classroom and promoting an effective learning environment for all students.

3 Steps for Promoting Accessibility in the Classroom

The central purpose of education is to ensure that every student has equal access to the information and skills necessary to become a healthy and productive part of society. However, in order this purpose to be realized, it is essential for teachers and school administrators to take into account the

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Continuing Education Credit for Architects

Ascension proudly sponsors a free continuing education course for architects, titled “Rethinking Vertical Accessibility.” This hour-long course is designed to keep practicing architects up-to-date on accessibility laws and the benefits of specifying Vertical Platform Lifts (VPLs) to facilitate accessibility. At its conclusion, the course provides one continuing education unit (CEU)

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Ascension addresses 5 concepts to increase inclusive education, so that individuals are no longer denied educational opportunities.

5 Critical Concepts for Creating Inclusive Education

In 2006, the American Psychological Association (APA) reported that the U.S. had a disabled population of 40 million, two-thirds of which were of working age and desired to work. According to a 2015 report from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the number of disabled persons in the U.S. had

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Accessibility Barriers Block Employment

According to a 2008 report published in the Monthly Labor Review, there has been a downward trend in the employment of people with disabilities 1990. With few exceptions, this trend has persisted despite the inception of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), into law almost thirty years ago. Moreover, this

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Ascension wheelchair lifts can be found in other facilities, such as government buildings, hotels, restaurants and retail stores.

Other Facilities

Where is Ascension located? Ascension wheelchair lifts are used for a variety of customer types, including: hotels, casinos, courthouses, commercial buildings, retail stores, museums, cafetoriums, gymnatoriums, and various government facilities worldwide.

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