Exercises for Seniors with Limited Mobility (Incl. Seated and Standing)
Fitness | Mobility Articles

Exercises for Seniors with Limited Mobility (Incl. Seated and Standing)

It is inevitable that as you get older, it becomes harder to move around and stay active. The natural effects of aging take place and we no longer have full mobility. There is no rulebook, however, stating that you need full mobility to be able to exercise and keep fit. There are still countless ways…

Who Should Not Use a Rollator Walker
Mobility | Mobility Articles | Walkers

Who Should Not Use a Rollator Walker

A rollator walker is a useful aid for people with limited mobility, offering more balance and helping them from point a to point b. Sometimes referred to as a rolling walker with a seat, the rollator is generally equipped with four wheels, brakes, and a seat. However, a rollator walker isn’t always the best option…

Does Medicare Cover Wheelchair Ramps?
Mobility | Mobility Articles

Does Medicare Cover Wheelchair Ramps?

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) does not cover the cost of installing a wheelchair ramp for personal use in your home. Although Medicare Part B does provide coverage for wheelchairs (prescribed by your physician), the necessary ramps for your home are not covered.  Medicare Coverage for DME Medicare Part B defines durable medical…

Vascular Dementia and Mobility – What to Expect?
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Vascular Dementia and Mobility – What to Expect?

Having a relative diagnosed with vascular dementia can be a shock. Leaving the physician’s office, you can often have more questions than answers. How will your relative behave? Will they lose their independence? How will it affect their quality of life? Luckily there are things we can do to help support them to stay mobile…