So simple, but so Clever!

"For people with Parkinson's this is such a clever tool to combat walking difficulties. I love the fact that Strolll have created such a simple product but underneath you can see it has been very well thought out and designed" - Chris

See how it works for people with Parkinson's.

Placing Cue Markers on the floor and using them as a target to step on or over can enable a person with Parkinson's to bypass the part of the brain related to automatic movement which is impaired in people with Parkinson's and leads to a wide range of walking difficulties.

Using Cue Markers allows a person to detour the damaged neural pathways and instead, engage other unaffected brain areas which can also control movement utilising attention or goal directed motor programs.

  • Unlock Mobility.

    Cue Markers can enable you or a loved one to detour the degenerating neural pathway responsible for walking and mobility symptoms in Parkinson's.

  • Improve Safety.

    Cue Markers can help you or a loved one to overcome slowness, shuffling, festinating and freezing of gait which are a leading cause of falls.

  • Regain Confidence.

    Cue Markers can give you and your loved ones the confidence to be more independent for longer by regaining your freedom of mobility at home.

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Customer Case Study - Karen (Before & After)

Karen was one of Strolll's very first Cue Markers customers. Having met at one of the local Parkinson's UK Community groups, Karen purchased some Cue Markers online, and shortly afterwards we visited to see first-hand the impact of Cue Markers on Karen's mobility at home.

  • Tony

    “I’ve tried the lines, they help me walk around the cellar easily. I suggest these visual cues are very useful for people with parkinsons"

  • Brian

    "I was really focusing on them, so I think that really helped distract me from shuffling"

  • Barry

    “It's a good stretch and it straightens out the back of the legs”

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  • Reduce fall risk.

    Cue Markers are designed for people with Parkinson's. The bevelled edges finish flat to the floor to mitigate any trip hazard.

  • Multiple Surfaces.

    Tile, Hardwood, Carpet? No problem! Cue Markers are designed to adhere to multiple floor surfaces.

  • Easily Removed.

    Need to remove after a few months? No problems. Cue Markers are designed to be easily removed without leaving residue.

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Wondering if Cue Markers will work for you or a family member?

Visual Cues have been proven to be effective in up to 70% of people with Parkinson's or Parkinsonism who experience gait disturbances such as slowness, shuffling, festinating or freezing of gait.

Order Cue Markers today, with the peace of mind that if you don't see positive results, you can simply send them back for a full refund.

What are you waiting for? Order today, Strolll tomorrow!

  • Detailed Instruction Guide.

    Our Cue Markers come with a detailed user guide with lots of helpful information to make sure you maximise the benefit

  • Durable Material for Life's Mess.

    Our Cue Markers are made from PVC plastic and their patented design means a strong adhesion to the floor. You can clean, mop or vacuum as normal without removing your markers

  • Always there ready to assist you.

    No need to worry about whether you've remembered your cane or charged another laser device. Cue Markers are permanently on the floor to assist you whenever you need them.

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Scientific Evidence

Cue Markers are an evidence-based solution to assist gait and reduce or overcome freezing of gait in patients with Parkinson's.

Transverse lines placed on the floor (like Cue Markers) have been known for decades as an effective means to assist gait and reduce or overcome freezing of gait.

Their effect was first reported by James Purdon Martin (1967) more than half a century ago, and supported by many others (e.g. Dietz et al 1990, Morris et al. 1994a, 1994b, Forssberg et al. 1984, Azulay et al. 1996).

The recurring finding is that walking over parallel lines marked on a floor could reduce the occurrence of freezing of gait and improve several other gait aspects.

  • Step 1.

    Measure your step length

    Measure you desired step length so you know how far apart to space each Cue Marker.

  • Step 2.

    Apply Markers to floor

    Cut and apply the lines to the floor horizontally, and continue placing them to create a pathway of lines to step on or over at your desired step length.

  • Step 3.

    Time to Strolll! :)

    And just the like, your Cue Markers are ready! Now, walk forward, focussing on placing your foot either on each line like a target, or stepping over each line like an obstacle.

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