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A rollator can make a huge difference to the quality of life, allowing people to maintain – or regain – independence. Continuing to walk around the house and garden, to the shops or to see friends and family, without having to ask for help, is of fundamental value. And improved designs mean rollators are safer and smarter than ever before. There are some great options on the market but a few points need to be considered before
Sports Swing Exercise Pole
Keeping fit when you have mobility issues is not always easy but gyms and health clubs are now starting to incorporate equipment that is more inclusive. As we age, it is essential to keep active and to maintain fitness levels which is important for both mind and body.
We have also been on the look out for exercise devices that can be used at home and are suitable for wheelchair and both seated and standing users, and we have found a few devices that are
Designed in Sweden, RollerMate Walker is a single / one handed walker, similar to a crutch on wheels and designed for those with light instability that would ususally use a crutch or a cane. RollerMate ensures that even and gentle pressure is distributed to legs, feet, arms and creates far less impact to the shoulders.and arms than a traditional crutch.
The product is designed for users with sufficient balance and ability to anticipate environmental factors
If you have heard the term 'spoonie', then chances are you are one yourself. A spoonie, is anyone who suffers from a chronic illness and has to juggle daily life, making compromises and choices just to get through the day. The simple task of getting up and ready in the morning can be a major feat for someone with a chronic medical condition, which in many cases is invisible to others.
The hashtag #spoonie is now used on social media to
The simple act of eating is something many of us take for granted, but with shaky hands or a tremor it can be really difficult and almost impossible to feed yourself a bowl of soup, cereals or any meal that requires a spoon. A tremor or shaky hands can be caused by a range of medical conditions, such as cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, MS, stroke, brain injury or even alcoholism.
One such person is Grant Douglas who has cerebral palsy but he has not let it
Buying a stairlift can be a daunting task. Here is a guide to help you with the stairlift buying process. Covering what stairlift you need to picking the right stairlift company.
Work out what stairlift to buy
Does your stairs have a curve in it? If so you will need a curved stairlift. If your stairs is straight you will need a straight stairlift.
By knowing the stair length you can get a more accurate quote. But we recommend getting a stairlift company to come
It is so easy to become complacent when you are online so we have put together some simple top tips to follow to help keep you safe:
1) Fraudsters target people rather than their computers as that way we give them the information they need, just because we aren't aware of the scamming methods.
2) If you are asked to log onto a site make sure it has https:// not just http - the 's' means it is secure.
3) If you get an email, does the
As a disabled driver and wheelchair user, refuelling my car has always been a bit of a challenge, and not the most dignified of experiences.
I always try to make sure that I never run too low on petrol and tend to use the same fuel stations for filling up. I have found that the smaller petrol stations do not always have someone on hand to come and assist me, which can be really inconvenient, especially if I am running low on fuel. Once I am at the petrol station, I have to make
Choice is key when it comes to improving osteoarthritis symptoms through exercise, highlights a new study in Clinical Rheumatology.
A total of 69 older people with knee osteoarthritis were split into groups: a supervised community-based or unsupervised walking programme. Six months later, people who expressed a preference, either for the supervised or unsupervised programme, and who were assigned to their preferred choice of programme were more likely to continue with the
Our new INDESmed walking sticks have been given the royal thumbs up by the suave King Juan Carlos of Spain, who was seen sporting his carbon fiber cane when he recently visited Norway with Queen Sofia, his elegant wife, to attend the joint 80th birthday of King Harald and Queen Sonia.
King Juan Carlos looks dapper in his tuxedo and bow tie, accompanied by Queen Sofia who looked just as stylish in her long elegant dress