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Accessible Living Posts

Ramps and Railings

It isn't uncommon for people to find that a home that they have lived in for a number of years, suddenly becomes unsafe or hazardous to live in. Most housing plans don't take into consideration the special needs of the elderly. Indoor spaces that may have worked perfectly well when you were younger may not provide the same level of comfort and safety as you age. Most homes just don't have the conveniences and features appropriate for safe movement for the elderly.

Caring for your Scooter

Category: Mobility Aids

Caring for your scooter with a combination of regular maintenance and everyday habits will keep your scooter in the best condition possible! Make sure to schedule maintenance appointments at an authorized Canada Scooters shop.

Mobility Scooter Battery Charging Tips

Category: Mobility Aids

You'll be glad to know that your scooter's batteries are for the most part, maintenance free! They'll never leak because the electrolyte is immobilized. Even if the battery is overturned, it still won't leak. This is also a bonus if you're flying with your scooter. Because the batteries are sealed, most airlines allow Canada Scooters. Always contact your airline prior to departure. Please note, each airliner is entitled to make their own decision on this matter.

Advanced Driving Tips

Categories: Mobility Aids, Safety Tips

Like with any new activity or mode of transportation, getting used to different obstacles takes time and practice. Doors, ramps, curbs, grass, and gravel are all common problems that can be mastered with patience and practice.

First-ride Tips and Driving Basics

Scooters are steered using handlebars which control the motor and the direction. The speed is dictated by the drive controller which has two settings: fast and slow. The moment you let go of the accelerator, the electromagnetic brakes are activated. This ensures you are in control, and safe at every moment.

Which Scooter is Right For Me?

Categories: Mobility Aids, Safety Tips

Canada Scooters offers a wide range of mobility scooters in a variety of sizes and styles. With over 200 models to choose from, finding the right one for you can be a challenge! Fear not! The team at Canada Scooters is ready to help you. Before you begin, consider the three main decisions you should make when deciding which device is right for you...

Is a Scooter Right For Me?

Congratulations! Just by reading this, you're making the first step towards total freedom, mobility, and an improved quality of life.

Beginning your journey towards increased mobility can be a daunting task, but it's worth it. Read on to find out what facts you need to know about choosing the right mobility scooter for your lifestyle.

Bathtub Renovations

If you have ever slipped in a tub or on wet bathroom titles, you know exactly how dangerous this room can be especially for the elderly that have trouble with balance, coordination, frailty, and vision. Sometimes the elderly in a home may be weak or frail from a recent illness or may also suffer from debilitating diseases that impact their vision and balance. This makes them more prone to having accidents at home, especially in the bathroom spaces. The one way to reduce the risk of falls is to create safe zones for your loved ones.