Like it or not, Mobility problems affect many aging adults. Simple tasks such as going to the grocery store can become nearly impossible, let alone simply making it to the bathroom in your own home.
Fortunately, there are many products designed to make it easier to re-gain your mobility. We've put together some articles that can help take the guess-work out of mobility products for Seniors.
Why did my Mobility Scooter stop working?
Does Medicare cover Mobility Scooters?
Need a Mobility Scooter, but can't afford it? Medicare Part B may help!
If you're on Medicare and have Part B coverage, you're in luck! You'll only need to meet certain requirements to qualify for a Mobility Scooter or Power Wheelchair with very little out of pocket cost.
How to get a Free Electric Wheelchair
Electric wheelchairs are expensive, and there are many people with mobile disabilities who cannot afford to purchase an electric wheelchair. The good news is: there are programs that offer free wheelchairs to people who cannot afford them.
There are many different charity programs that donate wheelchairs, and other different mobility devices to people in need. Churches, and other organizations in your community offer charity foundations to people with disabilities. You can find out where to locate these organizations in your community on search engines, and social networking websites.
What is the best walker for the elderly?
Walkers are the best tool for people who have difficulty walking, or balancing. There are so many different types of walkers on the market that it is difficult to determine which walker is best. There are different styles of walkers, for different purposes.
A standard walker has four legs with rubber feet. Rollators have four wheels, and glide more easily than standard walkers. Most rollators are equipped with a padded seat, and backrest. Standard walkers do not have seats, but some have pouches for storage.
Walking Aids for Elderly People
There are many different styles of walking aids for elderly people on the market. Some of the most standard walking aids include walkers, rollators, canes, crutches, knee walkers, heavy duty walking aids, and pediatric walking aids.