Your Home Safety Team in New Haven County, CT
Oakley Home Access, based in New Haven County, is a Home Safety Team of experts serving all of CT. They set out to achieve Fall Prevention, increased Accessibility, & Aging-In-Place.
Oakley Home Access can assist a wide array of community members ranging from children with special needs to the elderly striving to age-in-place. Oakley Home Access will provide home safety services ranging from removing area rugs to complete remodels.
Whether you are looking for Wheelchair Ramp Installations, Stairlifts, Grab Bar Installations or even a Stiltz Elevator, the team at Oakley Home Access New Haven is commited to bringing you the highest quality products. Our goal is to ensure that every area both inside and outside your home is safe and accomodating to your needs.
In addition, the team at OHA will be with you every step of the way, including a free at home assessment, help with funding sources, and referrals to any additional services needed. Call us at 203.913.9034 to start your journey towards assessability.
Wheelchair Ramps | Stair Lifts | Bathroom Modifications | Vertical Lifts | Stiltz Elevators | Patient Lifts
About Our New Haven Team
*Registered CT Contractor #0671201
*Authorized StairLift, Wheelchair Ramp Dealer & Installer
Steve brings a valuable combination of skills and experience to Oakley Home Access (OHA). With a background in the High Technology and Services industry, he understands the importance of safety and mobility components in providing products and services to his community in the CT region. Steve's commitment to understanding customers' requirements across daily access and mobility needs is commendable. His current licensed contractor and CAPS assessment skill set further enhance his ability to meet customers' specific needs. Furthermore, Steve's six (6) years as a nationally certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) demonstrate his expertise in improving people's mobility, agility, and overall health. This experience has provided him with a deep understanding of how the human body interacts with mobility and daily living, allowing him to offer personalized solutions to each individual. Lastly, Steve's three (3) years of volunteering in nursing homes and long-term care facilities reflect his genuine desire to provide care and service to his community. This experience has given him valuable insights into the unique challenges faced by individuals with mobility limitations. Overall, Steve's diverse background and commitment to safety and mobility make him a valuable asset to OHA and ensure that he is well-equipped to provide the CT community with the aging-in-place products and services they need.
Resources and Funding
Once Oakley Home Access does our home assessment and determines the proper modifications for each individual person, the question we are asked most frequently is, “How can we pay for these modifications?” Thankfully there are several different funding sources for most people to consider if they are not able to pay out of pocket. Home modifications and aging in place are much less expensive alternatives to long-term care facilities and the process of finding funding is something that we can help with also.