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Recreation Therapy

Therapy based on engagement in recreational activities (as sports or music) especially to enhance the functioning, independence, and well-being of individuals affected with a disabling condition. Check Out Our Weight Strength & Rehab Products Here >>

Rehabilitative care centers
Specialized facilities that offer intensive rehabilitation services to people recovering from incapacitating events. If your loved one suffers a stroke or has a bad fall, he may need to temporarily relocate from his senior care facility to a rehab center in order to relearn some physical skills such as walking or speaking. Some skilled nursing facilities offer rehabilitative care as well.
Respite Care
Temporary or periodic care for impaired people that enables their usual caregivers to take a break from their care giving responsibilities. Respite care can be provided at home, in the community, or in a nursing home or assisted living facility for short periods.
Reverse Mortgages -
A reverse mortgage enables homeowners 62 and older to convert a portion of the equity from their homes into tax-free income without having to sell the home, give up title, or take on a new monthly payment.
Rheumatoid Arthritis

A chronic progressive disease causing inflammation in the joints. Check Out Our Arthritis Products Here >>


A rollator is a version, or different approach to the walker, and also called "wheeled walker", invented by the Swede Aina Wifalk in 1978. Although originally a brand name, "rollator" has become a genericized trademark for wheeled walkers in many countries, and is also the most common type of walker in several European countries.

The rollator consists of a frame with three or four large wheels, handlebars and a built-in seat, which allows the user to stop and rest when needed. Rollators are also often equipped with a shopping basket. Rollators are typically more sophisticated than conventional walkers with wheels. They are adjustable in height and are light-weight, yet sturdier than conventional walkers. The handlebars are equipped with hand brakes that can be lifted or pushed downward to instantly stop the rollator. The brakes can also be used in maneuvering the rollator; by braking one side while turning the rollator towards that side a much tighter turning radius can be achieved. There are a variety of indoor rollators, outdoor rollators and those suited for both.

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