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Senior Independence Month – Celebrating Seniors’ Wellbeing!

Posted on February 25th, 2015 in Accessibility, Falls, Health, Injury Prevention, Limited Mobility, Mobility aid, Mobility Scooters, Senior Citizens by ElectricScooterBlogger |

  The Electric Scooter Store is celebrating Senior Independence Month, and we want to inspire you to take some time this month to encourage and reach out to the seniors in your life! It’s also a great time to do routine checks around seniors’ homes, making sure that they are comfortable and that risks for […]

Public Health Week and Prevention the Whole Year

Posted on April 14th, 2014 in Exercise, hospital beds, lift chair, Mobility Scooters, public health, wheel chair by ElectricScooterBlogger |

Public Health Week and Prevention the Whole Year April 7-11 is National Public Health Week, but the Electric Scooter Store is putting a focus on preventative care for Oklahomans all month long. The theme for the 2014 observance is Public Health. The theme highlights prevention of many kinds of illnesses and health conditions through preventative […]

The Reality of Stroke -Part 1

Posted on June 18th, 2013 in Mobility Scooters, Stroke by ElectricScooterBlogger |

The Electric Scooter Store thinks everyone needs to be aware of the impact that stroke has on people in Oklahoma, the country and the world. How do you know about stroke? Did you know that more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke every year? Did you know that one American dies […]

Mobility Scooters: Could Better Mobility Mean a Better Quality of Life?

Posted on May 10th, 2013 in Mobility Scooters by ElectricScooterBlogger |

It’s hard to even remember what life was like without the mobility scooter. Wheelchairs have been around forever, but unless you used one full-time, most people choose not to use one or day-to-day mobility. They were great in airports or for going places that required a lot of walking, but they usually meant someone else […]