Advice & Tips:
It’s important to consult an occupational therapist, as they can recommend a rollator that is appropriate to your needs, usage, height, etc. They can also advise on sources of funding (such as the Assistive Devices Program, ADP, and private health insurance) and may be required to sign off on such funding.
Aug 31, 2011
(Started Sep 28, 2010)
(for Helps my walk faster, better balance, less tripping danger)