Top 5 Accessible Costume Idea Starters

If dressing up for Halloween is your thing, and you use a mobility scooter or power wheelchair, you probably already know it can be an indispensable asset for your disguise. With a little creativity, a mobility device turns into a spaceship or a chariot, a school bus, a race car or a landspeeder. The worldContinue reading “Top 5 Accessible Costume Idea Starters”

Accessible Autumn Activities

10 accessible activities for enjoying autumn 1. Check Out a Garden Center This is probably your local garden center’s favorite time of year. It’s time to bring in all the local honey, the garlic, the corn stalks and hay bales, the craft artisans and the pumpkins. Garden centers often have themed events and free orContinue reading “Accessible Autumn Activities”

What are the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.?

Retirement is the light at the end of the career tunnel. The question of where to retire comes into focus as you approach that light. Plenty of people retire where they worked or near family. Others pick up stakes in search of the best places to retire in the U.S. There are a few mediaContinue reading “What are the Best Places to Retire in the U.S.?”

What is Crypton Fabric?

Why does Pride use Crypton Super Fabric? When we talk about furniture fabric, hospital-grade and peak luxury rarely show up in the same sentence. In most cases, you can have one or the other: microbe-resistant and easy-to-clean or soft and elegant. At Pride Mobility, we’re changing the game with our partners at Crypton. We thinkContinue reading “What is Crypton Fabric?”

Activities To Do With Grandchildren

6 unusual ways to spend time with your grandchildren that they’ll absolutely love Activities together anchor our relationships. They give us something to look forward to when we see each other and a way to stay connected when we’re not together. September is Intergenerational Month, a time to celebrate the differences between youth and agednessContinue reading “Activities To Do With Grandchildren”

Assisted Living

5 tips: Choosing an assisted living center for people with limited mobility Moving into an assisted living center is probably one of the biggest, most complicated, most important decisions you’ll make. That’s not hyperbole. Just think about the cascade of side effects that follow after. It has huge implications for any wealth and assets you’veContinue reading “Assisted Living”

Accessible Self Care

Self care for people with limited mobility looks a lot like regular old self care with a few twists. Here’s Pride Mobility’s top 10 list of accessible self care tricks. But first, let’s describe what it is. You might even have your own ideas and routines about how to keep yourself in top shape andContinue reading “Accessible Self Care”

Introducing the Jazzy® EVO 613 – The Group 2 Chair Has Been Reinvented

It’s an exciting, new design that is loaded with new features that we believe providers and consumers are going to love! Lithium enabled featuring 25% less charging time and 25% more range (on Jazzy® EVO 613Li) Unlike traditional SLA batteries, the Jazzy EVO 613Li’s lithium iron phosphate battery maintains maximum speed throughout the entire discharge cycle   Continue reading “Introducing the Jazzy® EVO 613 – The Group 2 Chair Has Been Reinvented”

Celebrate National Wellness Month

Everyone wants to be well, but what does that really mean? As National Wellness Month comes to an end, let’s look at the idea of wellness and how you can apply it to your life. Since the term wellness has taken a greater position in the public lexicon, the definitions range from straightforward to hippyContinue reading “Celebrate National Wellness Month”

The Importance of Eyecare

6 reasons you shouldn’t skip your next eye exam We want the Pride Mobility community of riders to keep moving forward, with their eyes on the road ahead. Apart from maintaining a balanced diet, with enough omega-3 fatty oils, keeping your bi-annual eye exam is the absolute best way to preserve your vision. It’s notContinue reading “The Importance of Eyecare”