Lifeway Mobility, an accessibility equipment provider, announces it is open for business, and will serve the Southern New England area.

Per a media release from the company, it will provide ramps, stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, and bath safety solutions for persons with limited mobility. It will also offer solutions, such as transfer aids, to help clinicians and caregivers improve patient mobility and safety.

Paul Bergantino, president, and Timothy Burfield, chairman, will lead the company. According to the release, both managed a specialty wheelchair company for 15 years.

“Paul and I look forward to building another company that will enhance the well-being of those who face extraordinary challenges every day from the effects of accidents, illnesses, and aging,” Burfield notes in the release. “Lifeway will enable them, and their caregivers, to live more safely, comfortably, and independently in their homes.”

“Our goal is to improve the quality of life for those that need an accessibility solution to remain living safely at home or offer an added layer of safety to patient care,” Bergantino adds. “We understand that one’s freedom and mobility is integral to their well-being. We will provide our customers with creative solutions, accelerated delivery, and responsive repair turnaround times to meet their needs.”

Bergantino and Burfield will be joined in this new venture by the team from Connecticut-based accessibility product company Ease.

“Lifeway’s strong understanding of the industry reinforces our dedication to serving those with access needs,” says Ease President Brian Cosker, in the release. “We look forward to working together on the Lifeway Mobility team to provide clients with unique solutions.”

For more information, visit Lifeway Mobility.

[Source(s): Lifeway Mobility LLC, PR Newswire]