The Top 5 Electric Wheelchairs of 2017

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An electric wheelchair is a building block to independence for the elderly and disabled. You are able to do more on your own than ever imagined. From running to the grocery store to getting the mail, the electric wheelchair has your back, quite literally.

Finding the right powered wheelchair can be difficult. I took the agonizing pain out of it for you. Browse through my top 5 picks and find the right chair for you! Continue reading “The Top 5 Electric Wheelchairs of 2017”

The 8 Best CPAP Masks of 2017

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1 in 15 Americans have sleep apnea and CPAP machines are the top therapy to treat it. When most people think of CPAP masks, they think of a Darth Vader type apparel. Rest assured, there have been significant advancements to make them more comfortable, less bulky, and allow you to get better sleep.  Continue reading “The 8 Best CPAP Masks of 2017”

Best Walkers for Elderly in 2017: My Top 10 Picks

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Finding the best walker for you or someone you care about can be a challenge. I did the homework for you and listed my top 10 picks for walkers in 2017 below. From heavy duty to light and portable, the walker for you is just a click away. Continue reading “Best Walkers for Elderly in 2017: My Top 10 Picks”

Top 7 Holiday Gifts for Grandparents

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It’s that time of year again. The Christmas decorations are already up at Wal-Mart. I even noticed a chance of snow in the forecast! Gift giving can be a daunting task for some. Grandparents can be especially hard to shop for because, let’s face it, they usually have everything they need at this point. Continue reading “Top 7 Holiday Gifts for Grandparents”

5 Ways to Check in on the Elderly During the Holiday Season

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The holiday season is fast approaching. As I write this, the leaves are falling from the trees and there is the distinct smell of winter encroaching on us. About this time every year, I am reminded of all the fun and chaos that goes with the next coming months. Between dinners, lunches, letters, and phone calls it’s easy to forget about those who are less fortunate and cannot care for themselves. Continue reading “5 Ways to Check in on the Elderly During the Holiday Season”