posts videos to share the joy of the completed Missions as well as to provide you with the information you need to:
A) Increase your awareness of healthcare and rehabilitation
(knowledge is absolutely power in the medical world!)
B) Be prepared when illness or disability comes
(no more being reactive when it comes to our health - let's become proactive together)
C) Advocate for yourself or a loved one throughout hospitalization and recovery
(know the right questions to ask, know how to help)

What Is a Transport Wheelchair?

Updated: Oct 4, 2018

Transport chairs make getting out & about for short trips totally manageable.  Compared to regular wheelchairs, they are much lighter, and much more compact, which makes them way more portable!  These chairs are also known as companion chairs because the wheels are too small for self-propulsion and you therefore need to be pushed by a... companion!  (Bet you guessed that one ;)  Make sure if purchasing one you get the appropriate size!  Most transport chairs are sized as follows:

Narrow - 17" seat, holds up to 120#

Medium - 19" seat, holds 120 - 300#

Wide - 22", holds 300# - 400# (bariatric chairs are available, too!)

So.  No reason to feel trapped in the house!  Get out there!