Giving a walker to a senior who's docs don't know about it. Any advice?

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My mother has balance and mobility issues. She is only 68. She wants dad to get her a walker at a yard sale. I am against this as if she needs a walker her docs should know and also be prescribing PT and keeping an eye on balance and mobility. My dad is afraid they will revoke her licence if she has a walker perception so he is on the fence. Ideas or thoughts? Thank you!!

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No they won't revoke her license, in fact with a note from the MD she can get the blue tag for handicapped parking. Get her the walker. If her MD has half a brain, he already knows her condition. Most thrift stores, like Salvation Army or Goodwill have lots of them. Cheap.
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