We want to make life accessible, and our expertise is in assessing any environment and making the best recommendations for ultimate mobility and accessibility. Attentive, proactive and respectful, our specialists work to understand the needs of our clients so they can lead their most vibrant lives.
Manual wheelchairs are available in a wide range of styles and can be customized to optimize functionality. Depending on the type of manual wheelchair, they can be self-propelled or propelled with assistance.
Power wheelchairs can provide independent mobility, both indoors and out, for people who are unable to propel a manual wheelchair and who find a mobility scooter to be too cumbersome indoors.
Seat cushions and back supports are essential components of all wheelchairs. They help to ensure that the user is as comfortable as possible and, at the same time, provide postural support and reduce the risk of skin breakdown. We always work with a client’s occupational therapist to determine the type of seating and position systems that are most clinically appropriate for the user.
Mobility scooters can be helpful to those who have lost the ability to walk longer distances due to shortness of breath, strength, balance issues or stamina. They are most often used outdoors because of their size and large turning radius, but more compact options are available to better suit indoor use and allow for easier transport.
A walker or rollator is considered to be the first step in reducing the risk of falls. Walkers and rollators are available in various models, for both indoor and outdoor use, and help maintain balance and stability while walking short and long distances.
Crutches are often associated with a break, sprain, or injury to the leg or ankle. However, depending on the type of injury or a person’s medical condition there are various types of crutches available.
Canes can be used for many injuries and medical conditions, as they assist with balance and stability. A cane is helpful in steadying gait and taking pressure off an injured or affected extremity. Canes can be wooden, aluminum, or steel and are available in a variety of styles, including those that fold for easier transport.