HARTFORD, Conn., July 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifeway Mobility, a Connecticut-based accessibilitysolutions company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Total Access of New England. Total Access will operate as Lifeway Mobility from a new office near Westborough, Massachusetts and continue its commitment to
"We're very pleased to be joining forces with the Total Access team," said Lifeway Mobility's President, Paul Bergantino, "and excited to build on the strengths of two great companies with the same important mission—to improve safety, freedom, and comfort for people with mobility challenges and their caregivers."
Dan Martin, owner of Total Access, will be joining Lifeway as a Vice President responsible for the Massachusetts operations. Dan became a Certified Aging in Place Specialist and started Total Access seven years ago in response to client requests for access solutions for their homes and businesses.
Dan and his team are looking forward to joining Lifeway, and contributing their experience and expertise to offer an expanded range of accessibility solutions. "Lifeway is a growing company with a strong commitment to putting the needs of its customers first," said Martin. "Together, we'll be able to offer a full spectrum of innovative products to help people with mobility issues."
Lifeway Mobility is a locally owned and operated accessibility solutions provider serving Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Lifeway Mobility offers a full suite of accessibility and safety solutions for people with temporary or permanent mobility limitations, including ramps, stairlifts, transfer lifts and bath safety solutions. To learn more about Lifeway Mobility, visit www.lifewaymobility.com or contact (860) 292-1111.
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