Seven heavy-duty rollator options to help keep bariatric patients mobile at home and while traveling.
5 Best electric power folding wheelchairs that can be used indoors and outdoors! Helping the chronically ill maintain mobility and independence.
5 of the best outdoor use rollator walkers with seats to help keep those with balance issues from fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses on the move.
Disneyland offers guests who use a mobility aid, are unable to climb stairs, have a fear of heights, suffer from claustrophobia, or have sensory issues three alternative experience options to several of their attractions. Discover which attractions and how to access them!
Within a few months of seeing me for psoriatic arthritis and fibromyalgia, my rheumatologist could see how much I was struggling to walk any distance. In fact, it was he who suggested that I get a parking placard for my car and handed me a form with his signature to get one asap. What was strange is that he never discussed use of a mobility aid.
Accepting the need for a mobility aid is not an easy thing to do. Listening to asinine opinions from judgmental idiots is worse! I wish they would just do us all a favor and just STFU!
The Disabled Diva’s Product picks for Sept. 9-13 2019
What you see versus what’s really going on in my chronic life may surprise you. Take a look at the photo above. What do you see? If I was someone who wasn’t with me at the time I might assume that she: is not using a mobility aid has full mobility has the energy toContinue reading “Chronic Life: What You See Versus What Is Real”
This week’s blog recap includes skin cancer prevention tips, how to have a great vacation despite your chronic illness, and more!
Quick update! Since I last updated the guide there have been a few new updates. Dumbo: This attraction’s queue is now fully accessible to mobility aids, both manual and motorized. All guests enter the same queue. Matterhorn: The queue to this attraction has been widened making it easier for mobilityContinue reading “Disneyland Park Accessibility Update January 2019”