A person uses a start/stop style of walking with a non-wheeled walker.
You need to be strong enough to pick up and place the walker and you need to have good balance. This type of walker helps control speed if someone has a tendency to pick up speed and or if a person has a tendency to fall forwards.
You’ll need to consider much more than physical ability.
What about the environment and social supports?
And if so, how do you find a therapist?
We have a number of associations you may contact.
You have options and we have recommendations.
There is also financial assistance available to you.
From basic activities to common mistakes, here’s a guide to help you use your non-wheeled walker or wheeled walker safely and effectively.
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