It may seem difficult to walk up or down inclines while using a rollator, especially if fully leaning on it for support or when a slope is long or steep. Slopes are increasingly present around buildings, bridges, and parks to enhance accessibility to them.
The term ‘best rollator’ might mean different things to different people. Determining what rollator is the best fit for someone often comes down to their personal situation, lifestyle, and needs.
Over 240 million children around the world have disabilities that withhold them from enjoying their life fully. That’s one in 10 children who couldn’t learn the life skills they need for everyday life.
A chronic illness diagnose can change one’s life completely and although there are things that can be done to help make the person’s life easier, the process of adapting to the new reality could come with obstacles.
Going up and down sidewalks with rollators is quite similar to going over a threshold inside a house. The only difference is that sidewalks are usually higher.
If you use a mobility aid for support, you may find that walking or standing becomes difficult or tiresome at certain moments. One possible solution is having the option of sitting on a rollator to get some rest.
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Rollz International CEO Martijn Schaaper shares his thoughts on the efficiency of the human body, the importance of good product design and the value of daily exercise and activity.
I’ve had multiple sclerosis (MS) for 20 years, and for too long I was terrified of the prospect of “ending up” in a wheelchair.