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Newsprint Wheelchair Bag from the Bea-Dee Bag Collection Non-Scents

Newsprint Fabric Mobility Bag

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Our newspaper print wheelchair bag is designed to be used for all ages with multiple pockets that are large enough to hold books, magazines, and water bottles.

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Being in a wheelchair can mean so many things. One thing that it shouldn't mean is having to juggle if you want to carry a tote bag or purse around with you. Our Bea-Dee Bags were created when Non-Scents founder, Mimi Greenberg, was caring for her 90-year-old mother. She saw how her mom struggled to stuff lipstick and tissues in her pockets while shoving water bottles and celebrity magazines around her in her wheelchair so she'd have the things she needed while moving around the home. This bag is designed as the solution with:- Multiple big pockets allow for storage of books, magazines, and water bottles - Machine washable - Easy to use velcro closure to fasten bag around wheelchair armrestand perhaps best of all, the sense of independence and self-reliance it gives individuals who are wheelchair bound.

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