Walking Cane Design Makes For Easier Travel On Public Transport
New walking cane design means better manoeuvrability for public transport users with movement issues.
A major point that any individual using a cane should know is that The Americans with Disability Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination in a number of areas, including transportation. Ride a bus or a subway train owned by a public transportation system and that entity must allow accessibility to disabled people. Though not stated directly in the ADA law, a disability includes reliance on an assistive device, such as a walking cane.
Discrimination laws aside, Gravity Mobility Aids provides the Handy Cane design features that make travel through public transportation simpler. For instance, it collapses down to just 25 inches (65 centimetres) in size, so it's easier to store in overhead racks, or next to the seat. The Handy Cane is manufactured from strong, yet lightweight, steel for a robust product that can take a beating.
Agility is enhanced with the Handy Cane. The reason is this cane sports an easier-to-grip ergonomic handle. It also contains a shock-absorbing foot with four prongs around a rubber base, which softens the shock felt by the wrist, arm and shoulder of the user. An individual using a Handy Cane can experience less pain, thus encouraging continued use and easier mobility as opposed to using a traditional cane.
About Gravity Mobility Aids
This American-based company sells innovative products to seniors, the physically disabled, and athletes recovering from injury. The company was founded by Vanessa Parker, an experienced entrepreneur and elderly advocate. Gravity Mobility Aids products come with lifetime guarantees.
Gravity Mobility Aids
Tel: (503) 736 5916
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