It’s not a wheelchair, but a kid rig, non medical accessible off-road fun for kids

I follow this YouTube channel because the main guy builds all kinds of cool stuff, including putting an elevator in his house for his wife, who is a wheelchair user . In this video, they introduce a brand new product for kids that they built and sell.

Watch “Zeen: Eye-Level Chats – Ep 2 John D” on YouTube stroke survivor

I thought you might like to see the video that sold me on the Zeen. I’m just one month away from my 7 year anniversary from being released from the hospital after 6 months and 2 days residing there. Had open heart surgery to remove a huge benign tumor from my right atria, recovered from that, and then the real work began stroke recovery. Unfortunately, I have some permanent paralysis that can not be dealt with in my left arm and hand and in my left ankle . The man in this video has found his own way to use his Zeen. This is what encouraged me to research the Zeen.

Watch “Zeen: Eye-Level Chats – Ep 1 Kristen H” on YouTube incomplete spinal chord injury

I’m ordering mine on Monday. After watching this video, it occurs to me that our friend at #wheelsnoheels might be able to benefit from the zeen as well. Invented by the same fellow who invented the steadicam and other camera mounts, Garrett Brown, after his parents had been dealing with the effects of old age and as he saw their friends deteriorating as well. Inventors have a quality that no one else seems to have, the ability to look at the current devices and see what’s missing.

The zeen team has thought of everything, including us one-handed folks. Yes,the Zeen can be controlled by one hand . Just make sure that you choose the one hand control option, and you will be able to enjoy your Zeen, sitting, standing, walking,and even coasting .

I can’t wait !

Very interesting upgrade to a walker or wheelchair the zeen

Created in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania way of walking has me intrigued. I need to work on my stamina,strength, and balance, and this looks like it might help on all accounts. And it has a one-handed control option. Do they ship to Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ πŸ€”

It even drives through snow?! And it’s not available in Canada yet?

How is this possible? A power wheelchair that can raise you up to the top shelf at the grocery store and climb stairs and descend stairs and goes through snow like a plow and fits into the back of a tesla X. AND YOU CAN’T BUY IT IN CANADA! My rant is done.

But seriously, watch this thing take on the snow!

Scewo bro wheelchair is available to test drive in the USA…

The stair climbing wheelchair from Switzerland has finally made it across the pond to the USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ. My question is how much longer will I have to wait until I can finally test it out for myself, with an eye towards purchasing, of course. In the video below, Scewo representatives are in Utah for a test 6 it covers everything that the wheelchair does, including fit into the back of an SUV.

A stair assist from Norway that hemiplegics can use?!

As someone who prefers doing the things that I can do ,climbing and decending stairs is a hit and miss situation depending upon my level of energy at the time. I feel the overuse of my whole right/non paralyzed side in my muscles for days afterward. I can see this clever invention from Norway can help. If you’re hemiplegic or just dealing with temporary hemiperesis, I encourage you to watch the video below and see if you think it would help your issues with the enemy stairs πŸ˜‰

I found something that will allow me, a wheelchair user, to live anywhere, so we’re moving.

My husband and I have become distraught with our home situation. The things that sold us on our condo, on the ground floor, wood burning fireplace, downtown location, and the ability for hubby to smoke his cigarettes in the enclosed patio space, have been taken from us via the strata council, or,in the case of living downtown,have not been comfortable for me emotionally., so we’re looking for a new place and putting our place up for sale. I’m very excited to see some places on Monday. We’ve picked 4 places in 4 different locations around the city, and I can’t wait to start the process because of the product in the video below, we’re looking at places that are a little bit higher up than the first floor!

If you are a wheelchair user, like myself, and would love to live anywhere but the ground floor, I highly recommend you watch the video closely. I’m particularly looking forward to the 2 floor penthouse on the list that I never thought I’d be able to consider!