Stay Safe While Staying Mobile
Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 6/21/2018 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
It’s National Safety Month this June and if you weren’t planning to do the safety dance before, you probably should now. While dancing isn’t exactly our priority this month, it is another activity that can go wrong at any moment. So whether you’re dancing, walking, driving, or just have plain bad luck, here’s some tips to keep you safe.
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