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Rehabbing At Home With Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 1/9/2018 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
Rehabbing At Home With Traumatic Brain Injury
Statistics show that approximately 1.5 million people will suffer yearly from a traumatic brain injury—80,000-90,000 of these individuals will be left with long-term or permanent disabilities. Because a brain injury affects each individual differently, recovery time and prognosis, as well as prescribed rehabilitation programs will vary widely based on how the brain was affected.

Checklist for Rehab

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 12/15/2017 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
Checklist for Rehab

Making a successful transition is not only the responsibility of the medical staff, but caregivers and the patient, as well. Look over this checklist so that the necessary home modifications can be made prior to the patient returning home enabling them to into a safe and protective environment.

Advancements In Mobility Aids

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 12/10/2017 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
Advancements In Mobility Aids
On many levels, you could say that we are very lucky to be living in the 21st century, especially in regards to the innovation of medical technology and equipment.

Winter Safety for the Less Ambulatory

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 10/31/2017 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
Winter Safety for the Less Ambulatory

Winter is not too far off and with the colder weather comes ice, sleet snow and rain. And for people who have mobility issues and are less ambulatory than they used to be, the importance of staying safer during the late fall and winter months is critical.

Storm Safety For The Elderly

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 9/21/2017 to Wheelchair Accessories
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.

Living Alone After Age 65

Posted by Bonnie Joffe on 9/7/2017 to Mobility Aids Articles and Information
Living Alone After Age 65
If you ask the majority of people over the age of 65, they would probably tell you that they wish to remain at home and living independently, even if it means being alone.