One of the most common household accidents is slipping or falling in the shower. The good thing is that it is the kind of accident that can be easily avoided.
Accepting that you or your loved one needs a walker is an emotional decision – before using a mobility device most feel like they’re ‘giving in’ to their mobility challenge.
Wheelchairs aren’t for everyone who has a hard time walking. While most people can walk, and a large number of people cannot, there are many people who fall into the
If you’re not sure what type of wheelchair you need, you can use the chart below to see the basic differences between the two types of wheelchairs we supply. Click
Walking canes are the lightest and least cumbersome of all mobility aids. They provide balance but should not be used for weight bearing. In other words, canes are not made
Rollators are all-wheel walkers, (i.e. a wheel on every leg). Rollators generally allow the user to move quicker, since, unlike the walker, there is no need to lift the rollator