The Link Between Mobility and Exercise

Active older adults are likelier to be more mobile, and likelier to retain mobility, than those who are sedentary. Less than one hour of extra exercise (performed at a moderate intensity) every week can help to contribute to an older...

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Reach Power Seat

For most of us, using a vehicle for transportation is an absolute necessity; we need to use a vehicle to get to the grocery store, the Dr.’s, the Dentist’s, the clinic. We all have places to go, and for those...

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Quality of Life

Mobility problems don’t have to decrease quality of life. After retirement seniors may hope to travel or participate in activities that enrich their life, but these hopes can deteriorate when mobility issues develop. Even seniors who have moderate arthritis and...

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Ramps Provide Ease of Access: Here’s How…

It may seem like a simple proposition: ramps increase mobility and quality of life for those in need of assistance. And it sounds simple because it’s true; a ramp to increase accessibility can only enhance the quality of life for...

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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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