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Welcome to the Brookletts Place blog page! Blogs are short, informal, flows of thought that are written with a conversational-style, and can be on a broad range of topics. Blogs on this page are organized by topic.

Interested in Writing a Blog? 

We are always in need of bloggers! Unlike technical or creative writing, one does not need experience in writing a specific style as the blog you write would be written in your unique style. We would provide you a blog topic (or you could suggest your own topic of interest). Blogs are generally about 500 words. Please contact Manager, Childlene Brooks at cbrooks@uppershoreaging.org for more information or to volunteer. Read More

Canes and Walking Poles

Canes have been used for centuries and for some reason there have been few, if any, changes or modifications other than design or appearance. After three back operations and age related mobility problems, I finally decided to try a cane. At first the cane seemed to help keep my balance and support walking, however it became obvious that the cane produced a reaction in the form of irregular leg and body movements opposing a normal gait or stride. The cane simply was not effective for normal walking. After searching for answers, I came across two important discoveries: 1- The length of a cane requires bending over in a forward motion, straining the back and legs, opposing the essential constru

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