Monday, October 20, 2008

There's Life After a Disability

As I was driving around town, I noticed an old man on a scooter on the side of the street. All vehicles slowed down so as not to accidentally run the old guy over. I thought to myself why would they still want to go out of the house if they can’t drive ‘cause they’re sick or old. And then I realized, perhaps to most people, they wouldn’t want their illness or age to hinder them from doing outdoor activities. Thanks to scooters and power chairs. Power electric scooters have either three or four wheels and steer using handlebars — much like a bicycle and are ideal for outside activities, as they glide smoothly and easily over a variety of surfaces. Put a smile on your grandparent’s face by getting them a power chair. You can actually check them out at THE SCOOTER store – the leading supplier of scooters and power chairs for people with limited mobility. Turn their Disabilities into Possabilities.

2 replies:

Varun said...

sometimes in our everyday rush we forget that there are people who aren't as fit as we are,and it results in fights,people saying nasty things to 'that old geyser' and so on.But we need to look at it from their standpoint and maintain their self respect and our respect for them

Anonymous said...

thanks for the heads up