A piece of padding that is worn underneath one’s pants to help cushion one’s hip in the event of a fall. Great for people at high risk of falls and/or fractures.
A metal frame with four wheels that helps a person with decreased balance and increases their walking tolerance. Has lockable brakes to prevent the walker from running away and a seat to allow the user to rest as needed.
An electric powered vehicle that a person commonly uses for community access (ie. purchasing groceries, attending local doctor’s appointments, etc) or moving within their own home if spaces are large and doorways are wide.
A basic wheelchair meant to help a caregiver move a user a short distance within the community such as from the car to the doctor’s office. Lightweight and can be folded and placed into a car truck easily.
A grab bar that latches onto the inside of the car door frame and pushed off of to help people get in and out of their car. It is portable so it can be carried in a purse from one car to another or left in the glove box.