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Do You Have Parkinson’s Disease? 7 Ways Exercise Can Help

It shouldn’t be any surprise to read that exercise is good for you. What you may not know, if you have Parkinson’s disease, is just how much it can help you live a more fulfilling life. When you start makes … Read More

“Which Mobility Aid Is Right for Me?” That Depends on the Day Ahead

When you start to become unsteady on your feet and find yourself falling, it’s common to go through some phases before turning to a mobility aid.  You may experience some denial (“I don’t fall that often, it’s not that big … Read More

13 Ways You Can Support the Disability Community in Honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Happy International Day of Persons with Disabilities! Every year on December 3rd, disability advocates around the world celebrate this holiday. It’s not the kind of “holiday” where you take a break from life. It’s the kind that encourages us to … Read More

Reaching Your Potential: How Assistive Devices Can Help You Get There (or Not)

What do you want to be able to do that you struggle with now? How do you want to feel day-to-day? What do you want your lifestyle to look like? When you have a mobility impairment, these can sometimes feel … Read More

12 Ways to Talk to Your Loved One About Getting a Mobility Aid

Maybe it’s an aging parent. A spouse or a close friend. Whoever it is, you’re worried your loved one’s risk of falling has become serious. Maybe they’ve already fallen. You’ve tried to bring up the topic of getting a cane … Read More

“Walkers Prevent Falls” and 4 Other Myths About Falls Prevention, Debunked

What if you found out everything you thought was true about preventing falls was wrong? There are a lot of misconceptions about falls. You (or your loved one) may be more at risk of a fall and serious injury than … Read More