Mobility Aids

Walker vs Rollator
What is the Difference Between a Walker and a Rollator?

The difference between a walker and a rollator is, wheels. A walker has four legs and all four legs stay in contact with the ground when you are moving. The walker must be lifted in order to move forward. A rollator has four wheels and brakes and does not need to be lifted to move forward. Rollators are easy to maneuver because the wheels swivel so moving about is easier. Walkers aren't as easy to move but they are more stable. Walkers can also partially support your weight while you are walking. [More]

What is a Hip Kit? Mobility and Dressing Aids
What is a Hip Kit?
A hip kit is a collection of products designed to help improve independence and issues of reach after experiencing hip replacement surgery. To prevent injury to the hip prosthesis and surrounding tissues after surgery it is necessary to take certain [More]

Since 1998, United Spinal Association’s Disability Etiquette booklet has been distributed across the country to thousands of businesses, schools, and organizations to erase some of the misconceptions about people living with different types of disabilities. The booklet also helps ease the awkwardness that many experience when interacting with someone with a disability for the first time. [More]