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Millennial In-Motion Pro Crutches, 1 Pair
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Drive Aluminum Transport Chair
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Spitfire EX 1420 Compact 4 Wheel Travel Scooter **DISCONTINUED**
Drive Go-Lite Bariatric Steel Rollator
Nova Flip-Up Cup Holder
Rubbermaid Black Cane Tips
Bellavita Auto Bath Lifter
If you live with a wheelchair, then the winter can bring extra challenges. Here are some tips from actual wheelchair users on how best to stay warm and get around this winter.
1. Carry Extra Gloves
If it’s wet and snowy and you use a manual wheelchair, then your gloves are likely to get wet. So always remember to carry an extra pair. It’s also smart to avoid cotton gloves as cotton absorbs moisture and stays wet. Instead try gloves with a protective lining.
2. Make Sure Your Tires Have Traction
Wheelchair tires made from soft rubber are better at gripping snow and ice. Some people also like to use mountain bike tires. But even if you do have good tires, avoid going into snow deeper than 1.5 inches (unless you have a wheelchair specifically made for such conditions) because you could get stuck.
3. Beware Slippery Ramps
Wheelchair ramps can get icy and slippery, so use caution. Table salt or clay cat litter can be used to clear ice from ramps. Avoid rock salt though, as it can poison assistance animals.
4. Always Carry a Cell Phone
Something as simple as hitting an ice chunk the wrong way could potentially strand you. Make sure your cell phone is on you and fully charged before venturing out into the cold.
5. Wear Layers
Thick layers can make it difficult to move, but multiple thin layers will keep you warm and make your day a lot more fun. So bundle up, and enjoy the winter!
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