This care issue includes technologies that focus on enabling residents to move from place to place safely and independently. Assistive devices in this category include walkers, wheelchairs, and canes.
Cane Accessories (5 products)
There are a variety of accessories such as bases, straps, and clips that provide added convenience for those who use canes.
Canes (Folding and Seat) (10 products)
Folding canes with and without seats are portable assistive devices for occasional use when traveling or leaving the home for the day.
Canes (Standard/Handle) (5 products)
Standard canes are useful for individuals with pain or one sided weakness who require support while walking.
Canes (Tri)/(Quad) (7 products)
Quad canes have a four legged base that provides stable support for individuals with mobility challenges who require more assistance than a standard cane provides.
Walker Accessories (5 products)
There are a variety of accessories such as bags, glides, and baskets that provide added convenience for those who use walkers.
Walkers (Hemi Walkers) (5 products)
Hemi-walkers are designed specifically for side or one-handed use for individuals with upper extremity challenges.
Walkers (Rollaters) (6 products)
Rollaters have a number of features such as baskets, seats, and hand brakes; these provide extra convenience for older adults who require a minimal level of mobility support.
Walkers (Standard) (6 products)
Standard walkers provide stability for those residents with balance and endurance difficulties.
Wheelchair Accessories (5 products)
A variety of accessories to make the user more comfortable in their wheelchair, such as sheepskin pads, trays, and carry-all bags are available.
Wheelchair Ramps (5 products)
Ramps are helpful for residents who are returning home or visiting home and have mobility problems related to getting in and out of the house.
Wheelchairs (Scooters) (6 products)
Scooters are helpful for residents with reduced mobility or endurance.
Wheelchairs (Standard) (5 products)
Standard wheelchairs require the user to manually turn the wheels to propel the chair, or require a caregiver to push the chair.
Wheelchairs (Tilt and Recline) (5 products)
Tilt chairs are designed with a reclining back.
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