The Seat for U-Step Walker is a walker accessory designed for individuals with mobility difficulty. It allows the user to take breaks while walking and aims to make users feel more independent and able to walk longer distances, while taking breaks. It can stay on the seat while folding up the walker.
The U-Step Walking Stabilizer is a folding adjustable wheeled walker designed for use by individuals with arthritis or walking, balance, or mobility disabilities. Available with or without a basket and padded seat, this walking stabilizer has a multi-wheeled, U-shaped steel base, height-adjustable handgrips with ergonomic comfort grip handles, bicycle-style hand brakes, and a parking brake. Tension adjustment knobs on the base of the unit enable users to regulate walking speed. This device folds
The LaserCane is a height adjustable cane with a laser light designed for individuals with Parkinson's disease, ataxia, stroke, or other neurological disability. It projects a bright red line across the user’s path to provide him or her with a visual cue, help break “freezing” episodes and increase his stride length. The cane is equipped with an on/off switch on the handle, and the laser is weight-activated. The light appears when weight is applied to the cane and disappears when the cane is lif
The U-Step II Walking Stabilizer is a folding, adjustable wheeled walker designed for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, ataxia, stroke, brain injuries, balance disorders, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP)/multiple system atrophy (MSA), or the use of only one hand. It features a patented U-shaped base for added support and stability, handbrake levers, ergonomically positioned handlebars, a padded seat, a removable basket, and a Laser
The Laser and Sound Cueing Module, an optional feature of the U-Step II Walking Stabilizer (sold separately - please see separate entry), is designed to regulate and guide the user’s steps. It is primarily for those with Parkinson’s freezing and anyone with an irregular gait pattern. When the Laser Cueing function is activated (by pressing the red button), a bright red laser line will appear on the floor to guide the user’s steps. And when the Sound Cueing function is activated (by pressing and