My audience has spoken and I am listening! People are wondering how I do certain things what gadgets and shortcuts allow me to maintain such a high level of functionality in everyday life. This new segment on the Crutchprints site will feature common techniques, tips, tricks, and gadgets that I have found work great for me and they may work great for you or someone you know as well.
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.Walt Disney
Try some Handi-Capability
Walking in the rain with no umbrellaClick here (link not yet live)
Holding and Propping crutches and canesClick here (Link will be Live Nov 2nd)
The best crutches money can buyClick here (link not yet live)
*Please remember:a) Ashly is an amputee at nearly the hip level of her right leg,
b) she is on crutches or in a scooter 100% of the time,
c) Ashly has been an amputee for thirty years,
d) Ashly is still young and active in her thirties,
e) the crutches that Ashly uses are forearm crutches,
f) What works for Ashy may not work for you!
g) Ashly receives no incentives, gifts, or compensation for reviews, advice, or mention of any product or company in these features.
*Product, person, and organization endorsements and reviews are not compensated, neither are they to be interpreted or considered as professional, legal, or medical advice. Neither Crutchprints.com nor Ashly Ash has interests, holdings, political affiliations or other ties with persons, corporations, or other entities referenced. Neither Crutchprints.com nor Ashly Ash has received free product(s), sample(s), or compensation(s), or service(s) for postings unless otherwise disclosed
**All recommendations and advice that are posted on crutchprints.com will be based strictly on personal experience and opinion and should not be taken or interpreted as legal or medical advisement under any circumstances.