Jeff Conner

Jeff Conner

Mobility Aids that May Lessen the Impact of ALS

Mobility aids may help some individuals living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. Since this degenerative disease impacts strength and motor control, specific adaptive devices may ease the strain for the individual while preserving their autonomy as long as possible.…

Safe Gardening with Limited Mobility

Enjoy gardening? There are many holistic health advantages to spending time working with nature outside. Make the most of your yard and garden with mobility solutions and strategies that can improve safety and preserve autonomy. If accessibility is preventing you…

Stairlift Options for the Parkinson’s Patient

Individuals living with Parkinson’s disease face distinct challenges and there are mobility aids well-suited to help. Stairlifts offer features that accommodate those symptoms specifically associated with this chronic condition and help to enhance quality-of-life for the patient, loved ones, and…

Proper Operation of your New Stairlift

Stairlifts should be considered essential equipment that are not toys. For this reason, it is strongly recommended that you follow the use instructions and suggestions provided by the manufacturer. Follow basic and proper operation tips to ensure the safety and…

Mobility Aids Built for Safety

Mobility aids do more than improve access they also can increase safety, too. There are distinct devices that are built for safety and that can make your home a safer place. Patient Safety Awareness Week in March strives to improve…

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