Garden Mobility Aid

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Deluxe Tractor Scoot With Bucket Basket

The Deluxe Tractor Scoot with Bucket Basket is a garden stool designed for use by senior or individuals with arthritis or balance or walking disabilities. Constructed of steel tubing with a powder-coated finish, this four-wheeled, steerable stool enables the user to sit while gardening and steer around garden beds without getting up. The tractor-style seat is height adjustable and swivels a full 360 degrees. This stool includes an accessory tray and bucket basket that mount under and behind th

Garden Hopper

The Garden Hopper is a garden cart and mobility aid designed for use by individuals with lower extremity, balance, or mobility disabilities or arthritis. This molded plastic four-wheeled cart had four large wheels, a textured molded seat with a molded built-in carrying handle, and an under-seat storage and carrying compartment with a beverage holder. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 23 x 13 x 12.5 inches. CAPACITY: 250 pounds

Guide Wire For Garden

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with lower extremity amputation to safely work in a small garden. The individual had a lower extremity amputation and uses a cane, walker, scooter, or wheelchair for mobility; however none of these devices proved suitable for use in gardening. The wheelchair and scooter were too high, and when concentrating on a task, the individual would often move away from a cane or walker and then have difficulty going back to it. A guide wire system was cr

Liftable Hanging Planters

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Liftable Hanging planters allow those who are wheelchair bound, have short stature or other mobility disabilities grow and maintain a garden that accommodates their needs. A series of pulleys, wooden plyboard and plastic planters come together to create the liftable planters. COMMENTS: The pulley system allows the planters to be easily accessed and then retracted for display. SKILLS REQUIRED: Basic woodworking. AUTHOR: "J_Boi" via TI

Parent Category: Gardening General

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