How to Get New Mobility Scooter Batteries

While many batteries are rechargeable, eventually, they may need to be replaced and mobility scooter batteries are no exception. Where do you begin? Typically, you can contact the original provider of your mobility scooter to order replacement parts, however, if you received the scooter as a gift, or purchased it from a third party, youContinue reading “How to Get New Mobility Scooter Batteries”

WOMAN RECEIVES NEW POWER WHEELCHAIR WITH HELP OF YOUNG NEIGHBOR

PLYMOUTH, PA – Eleven-year-old Brian Lyons recently helped his neighbor, Ann-Marie Kelly, receive a new power wheelchair. Lyons, of Plymouth, PA, noticed Kelly’s power wheelchair was old and no longer reliable. Lyons decided to start a GoFundMe fundraiser for Kelly, and he also planned to hold lemonade stands to raise money for Kelly’s new powerContinue reading “WOMAN RECEIVES NEW POWER WHEELCHAIR WITH HELP OF YOUNG NEIGHBOR”

PRIDE MOBILITY® LAUNCHES iRIDE™ SCOOTER

EXETER, PA – The new iRIDE™ Scooter from Pride Mobility Products® is now available. The iRIDE combines an aluminum frame, lithium batteries and brushless motors to create an ultra-lightweight design for easy travel. It offers quiet operation and a new electrical system that works with brushless motor technology. The scooter has a height-adjustable, removable seatContinue reading “PRIDE MOBILITY® LAUNCHES iRIDE™ SCOOTER”

Shopping After COVID-19 in a Power Chair

As we return to our normal schedules and shopping after COVID-19, we need to adjust to what we call the “new normal.” We have compiled several tips for taking precautions when regularly navigating public spaces. Start with a ListEnsuring that you have a grocery list cuts down on the time it takes you to shop.Continue reading “Shopping After COVID-19 in a Power Chair”

VIVALIFT!® POWER RECLINERS 360 AD CAMPAIGN LIFTS OFF

July 20, 2020 Contact Information:Rebecca BriaPublic Relations Manager(800) 800-8586 ext. 1380rbria@pridemobility.com The Chairs Also Now Have A 400-lb. Weight Capacity EXETER, PA – A new 360 marketing ad campaign for VivaLift!® Power Recliners from Pride Mobility® started today. The campaign kicked off with digital teaser ads on platforms including Facebook and Google, geotargeting in sectionsContinue reading “VIVALIFT!® POWER RECLINERS 360 AD CAMPAIGN LIFTS OFF”

Nosy Neighbor

You know you have one. Maybe you have more than one? We ALL have at least one. That stereotypical “nosy neighbor” who lifts their blinds to peek through the window if they hear a delivery truck dropping off a package at the neighbor’s house. This leads to telling the story of OUR “nosy neighbor,” Doris.Continue reading “Nosy Neighbor”

What is a Motorized Wheelchair?

When you think of a wheelchair, typically you think of a manual push chair that is comprised of two drive wheels and two  smaller wheels known as casters. However, there are many additional options when it comes to increasing your mobility. One great option may be a motorized wheelchair. Here are some of the optionsContinue reading “What is a Motorized Wheelchair?”

What is a Folding Electric Wheelchair?

Will it fit? This is a question many of us ask before we commit to buying or ordering something new. It’s no different when buying an electric wheelchair. You want to ensure that your new mobility device fits you and the environment you will be traversing. We’ll review the benefits of a portable folding electricContinue reading “What is a Folding Electric Wheelchair?”

Juneteenth

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day, has both a rich history and special meaning. This holiday marks the anniversary of when Texas learned that President Lincoln had declared slavery illegal. It was the final state to hear the news on June 19, 1865, hence the name “Juneteenth” today.Continue reading “Juneteenth”

Pride Mobility Products Corp. and Quantum Rehab passionately serve individualswith disabilities, and just like any disability, we do not discriminate with regard torace, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, protected Veteran status, or age. Social injustice saddens us to our core because it’s in our DNA to welcome individuals from all backgroundsContinue reading