Monday, November 11, 2013

Cane Expressions Review

I've been eying Cane Expressions for awhile. My Mom had Polio when she was little; more recently she had her ankle fused.  

Here is the inside of her ankle:



Her ankle is more hardware than ankle. She's past using a walker, and rolleraid. Now she uses a cane. Alone the cane is not so fashionable. That's where Cane Expressions has helped. 


How to use slip on the cane cover:
  1. Their cane covers fit any standard cane.
  2. Take the cane apart, or remove the rubber stopper.
  3. Slip the cane cover on, and put the cane back together. 
  4. If it gets dirty, just machine or hand wash in cold water. Then put it on the line to dry.
It's so easy an 8 year old can do it. :)



Your cane. Your style: 

They have so many patterns and colors to pick to put on your cane. Now my mom wants more. She really wants a white and black one.



We love the variety of colors and patterns they come in. It's nice because now my mom's cane will stand out. They are easy to take on and off. The cleaning part is simple to.


Their Story:
"Rhonda's 75 year old mothers was having issues with balance and with her knees. She needed to use a cane, but did not want to, as it made her feel old and it was unattractive.

A friend decided to bead her cane for her as a craft project. She took a beaded belt and glued it to the shaft of the cane. Rhonda's mom began using the cane and was delighted when people stopped her and complimented her on her beautiful cane."

Where can you get Cane Expressions?
  • QVC.com
  • Amazon.com
  • Wayfair.com
  • Justhealthshops.com 
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4 comments:

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Well, that makes for a fancy looking cane. My Hubs has knee surgery in January and will probably be on a cane for awhile.

Masshole Mommy said...

No way, Jose. My mom walks with a cane and I know for fact she'd LOVE this.

~ Noelle said...

that is too cute :)
everyone needs to have the option to STYLE :)

Theresa said...

Now that is a great way to dress up an ugly cane! I love the funky patterns. I would probably chose the polka dot one if I had a cane!

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