Friday, December 26, 2008

Movin' on up.

The other day, reading about McHale and Mateo Shaw, I saw where their mother wrote about how hard it is to get around in a wheelchair, and I thought about it the way she put it -- trying to imagine if I had to spend just a week in a wheelchair.

That would be hard. But you know what would be even harder? If you needed a wheelchair and didn't have one, so you couldn't go anywhere.

There's no need to be that limited, not with The Scooter Store. The Scooter Store sells mobility, in the guise of scooters, wheelchairs, and other mobility-assisting devices, like wheelchair ramps and accessories. And The Scooter Store makes it easy to shop there, even if you're not the most mobile of people, because they have locations all over the United States, and if they're not right in your city, odds are they can "bring the store to you" by having you simply call them up and work with them over the phone.

They've even got an online store now, so you can go to their website, find out how it works, then get mobile again, with a click or a phone call. They'll do all the technical stuff, walk you through the requirements, and deliver your scooter or wheelchair to you and teach you how to use it. In a lot of cases, they can even have Medicare pay for you.

So whether you need help moving around for a short time or a long time, get that help from The Scooter Store and get moving around again.

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