A Shift in Focus: From Home Modifications to Home Accessibility
Linda Colsen, SVP of Product Management, One Call
When it comes to helping injured workers regain independence after suffering a catastrophic injury, historically, the workers’ compensation industry has focused its energy on home modifications – extensive, permanent changes, such as reconfiguring porches and entryways, bathroom modifications, kitchen remodels, and new flooring.
While intended to benefit injured workers dependent on a wheelchair, it's important to note the drawbacks of home modifications. In addition to being ...
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