Disability is a normal part of life.  It may be acquired.  It may be from birth.  It might be visible.  It might be invisible.

Can you imagine walking city sidewalks, hiking paths, mowing the lawn . . . without shoes?

It’s normal to use devices to get around.  Your shoes are a mobility helper.

Shoes are a normal part of everyday life.

Walkers are normal.  This one is decked out for the 4th of July.

Notice the large front tires.  This is an off-road walker.
This walker makes it easier to walk on grass in the park, on icy sidewalks in the winter, and on uneven sidewalks year ’round.

Walkers provide extra stability.  And freedom.  Just like shoes.

Using mobility devices is normal.
Disability is a normal part of life.