The new products are designed to help users with limited mobility gain back some of their independence with the help of a self-balancing trike that makes mobility easier and more entertaining.
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Endorsed by Selma Blair – a leading advocate for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – the Alinker walking bike allows those with limited mobility regain muscle strength and independence, while interacting at eye-level with family, friends, and colleagues. The adaptive tricycle without pedals is made for both adults and young people disabled through injury or illness; including those living with MS, arthritis, cerebral palsy, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, parkinsons and more. The Alinker can also help reduce stroke recovery time, amputee adaptation, and improve post-surgery rehabilitation.
BE Alinker – a Dutch designer, architect, humanitarian, and inventor of the Alinker – has recognized that the ongoing isolation and loneliness caused by the pandemic can often result in larger health problems than the physical issues people deal with. BE notes that the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of patients is rarely taken into consideration by a society that dismisses disabilities – and a healthcare system that views human beings as a revenue stream.
Detailing the recent discount offer, BE explains that instead of paying a warehouse to stock the mobility bikes, they prefer to have Alinkers with those who need them. BE goes on to say that, “We are not a medical device. We are not a solution to a problem because we don’t see disabilities as a problem to fix.” She continues stating, “Our mission is to create revolutionary ways for people who want to live an active life, despite existing or developing mobility challenges. Our goal is to make it as easy and fun as possible for people to stay physically active, socially connected, and emotionally engaged in the community.”
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A recent customer said, “I love the Alinker because it really gives me independence. I’m paralyzed on my left side, so it helps me to walk for longer distances. I always have a smile on my face when I’m on it and it’s such a great feeling! Instead of sitting in the wheelchair and feeling a lot more disabled, this makes me feel like I’m on my way to becoming healthy again. I can just take it anywhere.”
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