Invacare Patriot Wheelchair
I’ve just added a short article on the Alberta Aids to Daily Living program for those interested. The program is only available to residents of Alberta who have a long term (six months or more) medical need for equipment and medical supplies.
In many ways it is similar to the Ontario Assistive Devices Program (ADP) but it caps the user contribution to $500.00 per year, in some categories of equipment, the user may get a used piece of equipment instead of new and amny bathrooom aids are included.
If you have an interest in this program you can read more at: https://mobilitybasics.ca/aadl
Pride Mobility Sport Rider
Yesterday I published a page on the Pride Mobility Go-Go travel scooters and today I have added a similar page that presents information on their full size scooters.
These full size scooters are available in 7 models and are primarily designed for outdoor and longer distance use. They are larger scooters and many have features such as headlights, turn signals, suspension, longer travel range on a charge and more power.
For more information on these scooters please visit: https://mobilitybasics.ca/scooters/-pride-scooters
I’ve just posted a page with information on the Go-Go mobility scooters from Pride Mobility. There are 7 models of the Go-Go scooters with most models offering both a 3 wheeled and 4 wheeled version.
These are small scooters often referred to as portable or travel scooters that are intended to be easy to dis-assemble or fold up to fit into vehicles so they can be transported to the venue where they will be used.
These are not scooters that one would purchase to travel long distances or spend a lot of time on rough terrains.
For more information on the Pride Go-Go scooter visit https://mobilitybasics.ca/scooters/-pride-go-go-scooters