I really need to get my mom one of these. She has been living with me for a year, and I have just been pushing her around in a wheelchair, but I feel bad because she can't control where she goes. Does anybody have any recommendations on a good wheelchair, or is this one really good?
Rare illness makes life a struggle - Jenna Lowe has pulmonary hypertension. At 18, she struggles to maintain a normal lifestyle, having to be on oxygen constantly, suffering from shortness of breath. Picture: Thomas Holder Jenna Lowe was a dancer and a swimmer, but now she uses a mobility scooter to get to her matric classes at Herschel, and can’t walk any distance without becoming dizzy and weak. #PHAware
For around $9,072, seniors (or anyone who wants a trailer that can be pulled by a mobility scooter) can climb into this mini camper and sleep in a full-sized bed for the night wherever they happen to park. Stocked with a 19-inch TV, AM/FM radio, and bookshelves, along with a kettle for tea, this is your serious royal wedding overnight sleeping solution. Extra additions include solar panels for heating, a satellite dish, a gaming console, central heating, and an external luggage rack.
How to Choose the Best Wheelchair or Scooter for MS Mobility
The joy of life gets reduced by a huge margin when you can’t move around as you wish any longer with the advancement of age. On the other hand, depending on someone to move your body everyday household choirs or going out can make you feel like a burden on others. Perhaps we do not mull over it but lots of people out there live and stay aware of it every single day. For quite a while, elderly individuals needed to rely upon others for their day to day needs or entertainment due to their…