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Mobility Canes

Long mobility canes can be used to help individuals with vision loss travel safely and with confidence. They can also help the user locate objects, detect drop offs and identifies obstacles. It identifies the user as a person with vision loss. The long mobility cane has many more uses, but these are just some of its many functions. The canes and tips described on this page are a sample of the many options available to long mobility cane user.


Identification Cane 

 
Lightweight cane intended for use for people who wish to be recognized as a person with vision loss. 

 

Folding Mobility Cane

For those individuals who need to be identified as visually impaired and also require constant use of a cane. It enables, when used correctly, a person with vision loss to detect objects and curbs and be identified as a person with a visual impairment. A long folding cane is durable, long lasting and requires minimal maintenance for use. It is also easy to store when not being used.

Rigid Kiddie Cane

 
For children who need to be identified as visually impaired and also require constant use of a cane. It enables a child with vision loss to detect objects and curbs and be identified as a person with a visual impairment. A long cane is durable, long lasting and requires minimal maintenance for use.

Adaptive Mobility Device (AMD)

For those individuals who need to be identified as visually impaired and also require constant use of a AMD which provides greater stability and physical support. It enables a person with vision loss to detect objects and curbs. It provides greater balance and can, if needed, be grasped using two-hands. It can be folded and easily transported from one place to another.

 

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