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Advanced Mobility Products Ltd.

Advancing your mobility, keeping your independence in motion!

Walkstool Canada

Walkstool is available in two models COMFORT and BASIC. It comes with sitting heights ranging from 45cm/18in like a normal chair, to 65cm/26in for hunters, tall people and not to forget Big People.

http://www.medicalsuppliescanada.ca/

We sell a wide variety of aids for daily living, wheelchairs and accessories, scooters and more in our retail store and online.

Disaboom

Dsaboom.com was founded by Dr. J. Glen House, a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation who is also a quadriplegic. His firsthand knowledge of the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and those whose lives they touch has driven the Disaboom.com mission: to create the first comprehensive, evolving source of information, insight, and personal engagement for the disability community.

Epic Enabled

Epic Enabled offers family friendly & wheelchair accessible camping safari holidays to the disabled traveller in the Kruger National Park, Garden Route and day tours in Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa. Everybody is welcome, individuals, friends, families & groups. Touch a cheetah, hear the animal calls, taste traditional foods, see the famous African sunsets, have fun…

Wheelchairs & Electric Wheel chair

Your best choice for help on wheelchairs, wheelchair accessories, electirc wheelchair and other disability products.

Disabled Online

Limbs for Life Foundation

Stairlifts

Offers stairlifts with free shipping.

MS Wheelchair Conversion Van Advantages

Online Cancer Guide

A comprehensive resource providing complete information
on various types of cancers such as prostate cancer, breast cancer,
lung cancer, skin cancer, throat, blood cancer, brain cancer, bone
Cancer, etc. Also know about the causes of these cancers, symptoms,
various treatment methods.

African Safaris for Disabled People

An African safari has a high priority on many people’s life “to do” lists, but safaris are consistently portrayed as being for able-bodied outdoor enthusiasts. However, safaris and other adventure activities for disabled people and those with limited mobility are a rapidly growing market, and there are more options now than ever.