Ever wonder if there is a device that could help keep a person independent in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, car, or out in the community? Ever wonder where you could find such a device? If you found the device would you know how to use it? Let ADAPTIVE EQUIPMENT CORNER help! AECorner is your one-stop-shop for all things adaptive equipment. Come in and have a look around. Check out all of our helpful videos and let us know what you think.
May 23, 2015
Home Facebook: http://facebook.com/adaptiveequipmentcorner If you can’t do it, adapt it! Adaptive Equipment Corner will provide viewers a place to learn about different types of adaptive equipment, how to adjust and use each one correctly and other possible ways to utilize various pieces of equipment. Viewers will be able to watch short how-to videos, exchange adaptive
May 25, 2015
Cindy demonstrates how to use a two wheel walker, which may be helpful to people who are experiencing generalized weakness, difficulty with balance, a lower extremity injury or surgery. Invacare Dual Release Walker with 5”Wheels used in demonstration above: https://amzn.to/2rnFsVS (affiliate link) ***Check out the related video links below for further information on ordering, adjusting
May 25, 2015
Cindy demonstrates how to use a rollator walker, which may be helpful to people who are experiencing generalized weakness, difficulty with balance, a lower extremity injury or surgery. Rollator used in demonstration above: Drive Medical four Wheel Rollator with Fold Up Removable Back Support-Red https://amzn.to/2wr2SzF (affiliate link) Rollator pictured above: Nova GetGo Petite Rollator Walker
May 25, 2015
Cindy demonstrates how to use a standard walker, which may be helpful to people who are experiencing generalized weakness, difficulty with balance, a lower extremity injury or surgery. Standard Walker used in demonstration above: Invacare Folding dual Paddle Release Walker https://amzn.to/2J8PmTa (affiliate link) Check out the related video links below: Specifics on a Standard Walker
Our mission is to help individuals gain and maintain their highest level of functional independence through information, education and resources as it relates to adaptive equipment, safety and caregiver training.
“Thank you so much. They sent it in the mail and I had no clue how to position it and how to transfer. God bless you.”
Joeette – AZ
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“ I FIND ALL YOUR VIDEOS HAVE HELPED ME TO BETTER UNDERSTAND WHAT MY PT IS ASKING OF ME DURING OUR SESSIONS. WE DON’T WASTE PRECIOUS TIME GOING OVER THE SAME INSTRUCTIONS BECAUSE I HAVE THE MEMORY OF YOUR VIDEOS TO REFER TO. I HAVE SOME SERIOUS ‘LEFT NEGLECT’ POST STROKE ISSUES AND AM NOW LEARNING HOW TO USE A HEMI WALKER. MY PT COMPLIMENTS MY PROGRESS WHICH I ATTRIBUTE, IN PART, TO HAVING WATCHED YOUR VIDEOS. THANK YOU. WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GET TO THE WALKING WITH THE HEMI SOONER, I THINK, BECAUSE THEY (THE VIDEOS) GAVE ME MORE TIME TO SPEND ON IMPROVING MY ABILITY TO BALANCE. AGAIN, THANK YOU. FYI THE ‘CAPS’ ALLOW ME TO BETTER SEE WHAT I AM WRITING. I AM NOT ‘YELLING’ OKAY. I AM ACTUALLY SMILING MORE. 😉 AND CANNOT WAIT TO GET BACK TO PRACTICING MORE.”
Linda – SC
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