Walkers can be used by people with mobility impairments who do not need a wheelchair but who have difficulty walking for various reasons, such as fatigue or muscle weakness. Walkers come in various sizes and options, including having wheels.
Types of walkers include:
For vendors and other general information on scooters see below.
762. Walkers for Tall Individuals
This includes walkers and other walking aids made to be accessible by individuals that are taller than average.
763. Walkers with Seats
Walkers can be used by people with mobility impairments who do not need a wheelchair but who have difficulty walking for various reasons, such as fatigue or muscle weakness. Walkers come in various sizes and options, including having seats.
764. Wall Calendars and Planners
For some individuals, it may be helpful to use a plain wall calendar to keep track of meetings and due dates. This may be particularly helpful to individuals who are not as comfortable using electronic devices. Similarly, a personal planner can be used for keeping track of deadlines and other important information.
765. Wall Murals
Wall murals can make a small room look/feel very grand and open.
766. Water Safety
Devices that alert individuals when water is made dangerous or impassable by an electric current.
767. Waterproof Microphones
Microphones capable of working when wet, for use by pools and other areas where water is expected.
768. Wearable Anti-fatigue Matting
Wearable anti-fatigue matting can include a non-slip material that is fitted over shoes to provide a safer and more stable walking surface, and anti-fatigue insoles for your shoes.
769. Web Captioning
Services that provide captioning for live events, prerecorded videos, and other links to audio content available on the Web.
770. Website Accessibility Vendors
Website accessibility vendors offer tools and services to assist businesses with making Websites accessible.