Review Livingeazy, Inc.
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Livingeazy, Inc.

Category: Disability-owned/operated, Employer, Disability-Aware Business
Phone number: (804) 360-5600
Location: 5504 Belstead Court, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Website: http://www.livingeazy.com
Gain More Independence and A Better Quality of Life with the ezEnablerâ„¢ assistive device for wheelchairs & walkers! The system is lightweight, durable and most importantly, portable!

No more dropping things off your lap or spilling drinks held between your knees!

The clamp is uniquely designed to fit on any pole or bar, whether horizontal, vertical or on an angle, on the wheelchair or walker frame. The three varying size tubes easily fit into each other, and the clamp, to give you a custom height adjustment when using the table top, hook and cup-holder in combination or alone.

The ezEnablerâ„¢ was invented by Matt Elflein, a quadriplegic, so it even works for those with limited dexterity
Disability Aware Features:
  • Adaptive technology
  • Hires or would like to hire qualified individuals with disabilities
  • Offer products or services for people with disabilities
 
Review Livingeazy, Inc.
This business has 2 positives and 0 negatives.
jake74
jake74
2:03pm 01/10/11
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Good

I don't use this product. However, I am reviewing the website for accessibility. I found this business on www.jjslist.com , a website where people review the disability awareness of businesses and services. The business website is very accessible with my screen reader, but I am not a fan of the terms "wheelchair-bound" and "confined to a wheelchair." They are not person-first language. It would be better if the website owner could replace these terms with person-first language, such as "person who uses a wheelchair."

Disability Awareness:   Welcoming, Talked to me person-to-person, Asked me if I needed or wanted help, Friendly, Gave me choices, Gave me extra time, Respectful, Helpful when I needed assistance or accommodation, Has employees with disabilities, Flexible service, Physically accessible, Other, Person-first language would be much better here.
Brad
Brad
1:29pm 01/10/11
Good
Good

I am currently trying out one of the ezEnabler Wheelchair Tray systems. It is great for carrying drinks around. The tray, however, leaves a little to be desired- it is too small for most tasks (it would barely hold a plate, much less utensils), and it swivels a little too easily, making it difficult to use for tasks that require a steady hand or work surface. For little tasks, though, it seems great! Bravo to the creator of this product and thank you for letting us try it out!

Disability Awareness:   Friendly, Respectful, Helpful when I needed assistance or accommodation, Has employees with disabilities, Flexible service, Physically accessible
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