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    6 Gifts for Those Who Love to Travel

    6 gift ideas for those who like to travel

    One of the great benefits of getting older is having more time to travel. But being older can make travel a little more difficult. The right product can make all the difference. Why don't you give them the thing they didn't know they needed to make that trip a little easier? 6 of my favorites. 

    • The Ez Fold N Go Rollator-  Weighing in at only 14 pounds and folding up 3 x smaller than the typical rollator, the Ez Fold N Go Rollator is the perfect mobility product to take on the road. It even gives you a place to rest.
    • A Folding Travel Cane - A cane you can easily take with you. These folding canes can easily be put in a tote when wandering about or in a suitcase for the journey. In classic, modern and even pretty styles.

    • Metro Car Handle - Taking a road trip? Or maybe renting an unfamiliar car? Make it easy to get in and out on your own with the metro car handle. Works on any car without causing any damage. It is like having a stable armrest to push up from. Portable and perfect for the job.




      • Buckingham Compact EasywipeA difficult problem with an easy solution. Getting clean after using the bathroom can be hard for a lot of reasons. The compact Easywipe can help. And it folds to half its size to fit in its discreet travel case. Don't let toileting difficulty keep you stuck in your home. 

      • Bedside Econorail - A bed rail you can take on the road. You never know how high or low the bed is going to be at your destination. Make sure you can easily get in and out with a bed rail you've brought with in its travel case. 

      Give a gift that will help travel stay enjoyable and safe. And send pictures!

      Benefits of Compression Socks for Travel


      are compression socks good for travel?

      Do you find that traveling, especially long-distance, is hard on your legs?

      One of the reasons for this is that you spend a long time sitting still on such journeys. Limited movement results in reduced blood flow, especially in your legs. Not only is this uncomfortable, it can also lead to circulation problems like Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) or formation of blood clots in deep veins.

      The risk of developing such complications increases on long-haul flights, as cramped spaces and raised cabin pressure further contribute to the issue. Fortunately, we have a simple solution to keep these likely problems at bay—Compression Socks!

      Compression Socks are special, snug-fitting socks that put gentle pressure on the blood vessels in your legs, allowing them to work better. They slightly squeeze the foot and calf muscles, thus improving the blood flow. This also prevents blood from pooling in one place and forming clots. When you wear compression socks for flying, they also support the legs and keep them from become tired and sore.

      Health benefits aside, the best part is that compression socks are no longer dull or ugly. Instead, there are many fashionable and colorful choices to suit every taste. The stylish options available today make it easy to incorporate compression socks into your wardrobe. They easily pass off as fashionable hosiery, allowing you to seamlessly blend them in with the rest of your outfit.

      Which compression socks are right for you? Learn about the different types in this post. 

      Whether you prefer solid colors, floral prints, funky modern designs or smart details, we have a stunning variety of options for you to choose from. Click here to check it out for yourself. 

      Make our compression socks your constant companion and look great while you indulge in the fun of traveling without having to worry about your feet again!

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      The Perfect Travel Product for Safe Mobility

      the rollz2 walker and wheelchair in one

      Want to get out and see the world?. Don't stop exploring just because you have a bit of trouble walking. In a new place, you might be unsure how much walking will be required or how many places there will be to rest. And don't choose between bringing a walker and a wheelchair on a trip. You can have it all with the Rollz2 from Ease Living. 

      The Rollz2 is both a rolling walker and a transport chair in one. When you feel like walking, the Rollz2 functions as a comfortable rollator with adjustable handles and easy to use hand brakes. When fatigue sets in simply lock the brakes and sit on comfortable seat for a rest. When you want someone else to do the moving, turn the Rollz2 into a transport chair with foot rests and a comfortable seat. The conversion is so easy and literally takes less than a minute. This video shows how it is done:

      When it is time to get back in the car or on the plane, the Rollz2 easily folds for storage. It even stands when folded so it is easy to manage.

      All the needed accessories for the Rollz2 including a travel bag and cup holder are also available to make it the most useful travel product you own. 

      Bonus- you will turn heads with this modern product.





      8 Tips for Summer Travel by Car with Seniors

      8 tips for summer road trips with seniors

      Millions of people will hit the road this summer. Whether it be a visit to family or a getaway for relaxation or adventure, there is no reason to let physical limitations restrict your travel. In addition to making sure your car is properly serviced and ready for the trip, here are more tips for traveling by car:

      • Check your cellular provider’s coverage map to assure your phone will work along your journey and at your destination. Make sure you have a car and a wall charger.
      • Pack extra water and snacks in case of a delay. If you will be traveling in warm weather, having plenty of fluids available is crucial. Many medications need to be taken with food so make sure there is a snack handy at pill time.
      • Keep medication in an easy to reach spot to help ensure you stay on schedule. 
      • Bring a copy of medication and any other important medical records just in case.
      • The Metro Car Handle make it easy to get out of the car by providing something to push on- like the solid armrest of a chair. As an occupational therapist, I get nervous when I see people grabbing on to the door to help themselves up. The door moves and could land you right back in the seat or on the ground!
      • Wear layers and plan for changes. The weather can change in a heartbeat here in the Midwest with summer storms. Allow for layers that can be put on or taken off and pack something for rain.
      • Allow extra time. Summer is construction season in many states. It may take you longer to get to your destination than you anticipate. Take the stress out of travel and allow extra time.
      • Plan for flexibility. Strict time tables and rushing around can cause unnecessary stress. Travel affects everyone differently so allow time for breaks if you or a travel companion starts to feel fatigued. Falls, illness and disorientation are common when elderly people get too tired.

      With these tips your summer journey will be fun and safe for everyone.



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