Day in the Life: Community Mobility
Community Mobility (Part 1) – Practical application of mobility from a wheelchair level outside the home. Going out to eat, going shopping, and running errands as well as demonstration of and personal techniques for car transfers.
Magee Rehab, through a grant from the Kessler Foundation, has developed a four part series, “A Day in the Life” all which show those with spinal cord injuries—and who are in wheelchairs—how to adapt to their new physical limitations and be self-sufficient. Topics addressed include cooking in the kitchen, overall home mobility, dressing, home modifications, accessibility in the home and community, running errands, car transfers, public transportation, shopping, going out with friends, working out, and weight lifting to name a few.