2 Ways To Make Your Amusement Park Trip Go Smoother

9 November 2017
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Going to an amusement park can be a lot of fun. However, if you have a mobility issue, then you are probably not looking forward to going to the amusement park since it can be a lot of time walking and standing. However, if you really want to go to the amusement park, there are things that you can do that will help you make the trip easier and help you enjoy the trip. Read More 

Three Electric Wheelchair Maintenance Tips

18 May 2017
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An electric wheelchair can be one of the best options for individuals that are suffering from serious mobility issues. Yet, an electric wheelchair will need to be properly maintained in order to avoid potentially serious problems or performance issues with the device. Care For The Battery One of the most important steps that you can take to care for your electric wheelchair is to properly maintain the battery. Failing to properly care for the battery can compromise its ability to retain a charge, which can cause it to lose power far more quickly than necessary. Read More 

Benefits And Risks Of Veterinary Therapeutic Ultrasound

25 April 2017
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Therapeutic ultrasound began its roots with humans in the 1930s, but it's only been in recent years that this diagnostic piece of equipment has been used for rehabilitative purposes on animals. There are certainly advantages to having therapeutic ultrasound done, and talking with a veterinary ultrasound professional is the best way to know. But as with most medical treatments, there are benefits and risks. Here's what you need to know about how it can help your pet as well as the few risks associated with this therapy. Read More 

What Kind Of Mobility Assistance Do You Need In Your Home?

8 October 2015
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If you find it difficult to get around in your own home, due to age, injury, disability, or even surgery, you want to know what mobility tools are available to you. Mobility assistance includes wheelchairs, scooters, canes, and walkers to help you move safely around your home. Use this guide to help you decide what kind of mobility you need. Distance you can walk How far can you walk unassisted? Read More 

How Hearing Aids Can Help Children With Autism

4 May 2015
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Many children with autism spectrum disorders have a sensory processing problem of one kind or another. Usually it is either sight or sound that is affected, but taste and touch can also be affected. When an auditory processing issue gets in the way of their daily learning and activities, it turns into frustration and meltdown time. Rather than remove your child from a roomful of noise, you can remove a lot of the noise from the room with hearing aids. Read More