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Let's end the vicious cycle
of inactivity and falls.
While those with neurological disorders understand the importance of using mobility aids, many of those 65+ associate walking aids – canes and walkers – with aging and dependency. Many of them would rather avoid social interactions and not walk than risk falling, so they become weaker, and their risk for falling increases.
Every year, three million people 65+ end up in emergency rooms for fall injuries. One-third of them are hospitalized because of head injuries or hip fractures.
Our users know that LifeGlider helps. If they’ve become weaker because of inactivity, LifeGlider can help them get stronger so they might get to the point where they'll rarely need a walking aid.
We love hearing how the LifeGlider improves our users’ lives. We know that no amount of advertising can do as good a job as hearing real people's experiences. It's not a miracle product, but those who use it tell us the LifeGlider is life-changing.