What many people may not know is that it is possible to live an independent life even with limited mobility and disability. And how can that be possible?
Well, nowadays we have so many products available in the market that provide the elder and disabled people with products that can help and enable them with a happier, rewarding and healthier lifestyle.
And if you are searching for a serious and responsible company specialised at this kind of product, you have just found it! Mobility Caring is your destination for independent living. You can either buy products such as mobility scooters, adjustable beds, wheelchairs, bathroom aids, lift chairs and armchairs, or simply rent them.
For those who do not know exactly what products they can find at Mobility Caring, we will describe them here in the following paragraphs.
- Assisted Lift Chair: indicated for those who have back problems, or are recovering from surgery or some medical intervention, it is a true supporting component. And before buying one of them, it is important to figure out the most relevant features in order to choose the one that suits you better.
Some items that should be taken into account are the functionality (if it is just to relax or a surgery recovery), the reclining options (generally, the chairs come in three reclining positions), the tapestry (your home style and fabric can be considered here), the measurements ( how much available space in your home you plan to allocate for it), the warranty, your budget range and extra features (a massage version, for instance).
- Adjustable Beds: indicated for those who have problems sleeping, due to surgery or health conditions, adjustable beds are associated with motorized bases able to move into different positions. Here, you should also consider your budget and the features that suit you better, such as the comfort level, massaging, sleep tracking, USB ports and lights, for instance.
Besides, you can also consider the head-raising capability (you can program the bed to raise your head when it is time to wake up). And how can you choose the right one, then? Ask yourself what you want. If the case is to have an adjustable bed in order to ease a health condition or provide an ultimate sleep experience, you may have to invest more money.
- Mobility Scooters: indicated for those who need help to move around places, as it is equivalent to a wheelchair but configured like a scooter. They are usually battery powered and most of them come with a spare one. The advantages of having a mobility scooter are numerous. It can be used by people without arm or shoulder flexibility, with systemic or whole-body disabling conditions (arthritis, heart conditions, lung issues), for instance.
This kind of scooter is generally more affordable than powered wheelchairs, and another point that is considered for those who want to get one is that many users feel ashamed if they happen to be seen in a wheelchair.
- Wheelchairs: when considering buying a wheelchair, it is important to take into account some features such as size, overall performance, customer feedback and reviews, as well as the durability. Statistics show that about 11% of the global population ( 650 million people, to be more exact) have disabilities and of these, around 9% need a wheelchair.
Some of the conditions that require a wheelchair can be cancer, epilepsy, stroke, sleep apnea and vascular disease.
After reading this article, we do hope you can have a more independent living using one of our products.