Unique wheelchair and walker bags
Creations by Pokojni makes one-of-a-kind wheelchair and walker bags with hook-and-loop straps and magnets for easy attachment and closure.
Each bag is designed with unique fabrics or embroidery to appeal to different tastes. Most bags are washable.
Prices range from $15.95 to $27.95. Creations by Pokojni, (760) 822-4534.
Take a quick peek at the products below — from a comfy stretching device to a mobile stander, to a pocket-sized environmental control unit and cane covers. You just may find something that will make things easier, increase your independence or simply brighten your day.
Got a special someone on your list? A burning desire to play St. Nick? Looking to share some holiday spirit? Then take a peek at the following gift ideas meant to inspire fun.
Fun on wheels
Fun and functional wheelchair accessories
As advanced as wheelchairs have become in recent years, it still seems they can be improved in function, comfort or appearance. A growing worldwide industry that caters to the wheelchair accessories market attests to the desire of wheelchair users to make their means of mobility a little bit better.
Never underestimate the importance of proper wheelchair positioning, especially with a neuromuscular disease.
The correct alignment of pelvis, hips, lower extremities, trunk, head and neck helps you function throughout the day.
Gift ideas to keep wheelchair users organized — Holiday Gift Guide 2004
For eight years, Quest has tried to take the ho ho ho hum out of your holidays with our annual collection of unique gift ideas.
We look high and low, leaving no Web site, catalog or durable medical equipment manufacturer unturned.
Our goal is to present a wide variety of items of interest to people whose needs are uniquely shaped by a neuromuscular disease.
It’s not just a wheelchair anymore
Why do we decorate our wheelchairs and scooters? Probably for the same reason the kid sitting next to us in Spanish class has green hair.
Expressing our individuality is important for all of us, but it seems to offer something extra to those of us who have disabilities. Self-expression shows that we’re human. We want others to know that we’re people first and foremost, and that the disability is...