Autonomy-Quarantine and Social Distancing

These last few months have been difficult for many. For the seniors in our community, months of quarantine and fear of leaving the house may have presented certain challenges within the house. It’s possible that social distancing and other measures...

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Mobility

It’s an unfortunate process: the body breaks down with age. And the breakdown often does lead to issues with mobility. The severity of the mobility issues inherent with elderly patients varies, and is usually dependent on a wide range of...

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Can A Wheel Chair User Operate a Vehicle?

Yes, it is possible for a wheelchair user to operate a vehicle. There are types of vehicles that cater to the disabilities of a wheelchair user, and make it possible. Driving is a right for everyone, and G and J...

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Mobility Problems with the Elderly

The body breaks down with age. And the breakdown eventually leads to mobility issues. the severity of mobility problems varies between people. The main issue for most is unsteadiness. Unsteadiness can happen while a person is walking, standing, or getting...

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Golf with the Assistance of the Solo Rider

Golf is one of the most popular pastimes/sports/hobbies in the United States. Amazingly, twenty-nine million Americans participate in golf. But what happens when a person’s disability, their loss of stamina or reduced immobility, prevents them from enjoying the game of...

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