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Wheelchair Accessories for Non-Wheelchair Users?

Wheelchair Accessories for Non-Wheelchair Users?

It's not uncommon for wheelchair users to outfit their chairs with accessories that make it easier for them to get around. But let's think for a moment about another group of people that spends a lot of time using wheelchairs--a quite mobile group
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Mobility Aids for Wheelchairs or Scooters

Mobility Aids for Wheelchairs or Scooters

Wheelchairs and scooters become a part of a daily routine, a way to express yourself. They are known for being eye-catchers already, might as well make it personal and in this case, convenient.

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Stay Safe With Safe-t-mate

Stay Safe With Safe-t-mate

With Spring right around the corner, it’s once again time for special outings and adventures. Having a handicap that requires a wheelchair can be tough due to accessibility and safety concerns, steep hills or unsteady sidewalks can easily tip a wheelchair over. Those worries can be put to rest with the Safe-t Mate Anti Rollback System for Invacare Tracer EX2 Wheelchairs.

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Creative Wheelchair Modifications

Creative Wheelchair Modifications

Modifying wheelchairs is sort of like modifying a car, it allows us to present ourselves however we want to. Modifications can include decals, paints, and nifty little add-ons to make it more comfortable and easy to use.

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Traveling with Disabilities

Traveling with Disabilities

There is an estimated 650 million people worldwide who live with some type of disability and because they are vast in nature, affecting people of all ages, there are many factors that go into planning a trip when traveling with a disabled person.
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Storm Safety For The Elderly

Storm Safety For The Elderly

September is here and has most certainly come in with a vengeance--Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Jose on its way, wildfires in the west. With any of these types of storms or natural disasters, it usually comes with loss of power, flooding, shortages of gas, water and food, as well as destruction/damage of homes.
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