An elderly person in a wheelchair could play Basketball, although probably not very well. But nothing would prevent such a person from throwing a basketball at a hoop.
The first wheelchair was invented so that an infirm person could still be somewhat mobile.
I am in a wheelchair and have never seen a sheet of paper "collected" when a person was being transferred to or from a wheelchair. Could you be more specific in your question?
There could be many reasons for blisters on legs. They could be from an allergic reaction or a rash. It could also be bed sores if the elderly person sits or is in bed too much.
First of all, a basketball could be thrown far if the person throwing it was strong, while if a weak person throws it, it won't go as far. So as you can see, it depends on how muscular the person is.
um well it could mean a senior in highschool or an elderly person
If an individual in a wheelchair were over the legal limit of intoxication and injured someone while engaging a public roadway (street, highway, etc.) that individual could be charged with a DUI/DWI. The key is that the wheelchair has to be on the road i.e. this does not apply to the sidewalk.
the most coolest person you could know that is nice as hell in basketball.
It depends on the elderly him or herself.
Yes, because he invented a car he could drive 'cause of his polio so why not a wheelchair?!
Russel Westbook and James Harden are the names of two players that a person could put on their ESPN Fantasy Basketball team. 13 names can be added to the team.
A used wheelchair could range drastically in price because of the features available. The most basic used wheelchair could cost around $30. This price is completely subjective because the condition, brand and features could vary quite a bit.
As long as you have the strength you can do it! The illnesses of age do affect your ability to play basketball, however, most elderly people could still play it, even they they could not play it as well as they could have, at an earlier age. There are some elderly people who are so disabled by paralysis or dementia that it would not be realistic for them to attempt to play basketball. Others remain relatively healthy to an advanced age, although even at best, we can expect that arthritis will cause some impediment. I will mention that golf seems to be more popular among the elderly (at least, whose who can afford it) than basketball. Swimming is also a very nice athletic activity that can be done at any age, and which causes less stress on arthritic joints than many other types of exercise do.