Everyone needs a bit of help at some point in life – our household aids are designed to enhance the lifestyle for the elderly or those with medical conditions, whilst giving you independence in everyday tasks. Utensil Holder – Multi Holder Whether you have difficulty with grip or have limited hand function, using conventional cutlery … Continue reading How These Simple Household Aids Can Make A Difference To Your Everyday Life
Poliomyelitis, more commonly referred to as Polio, was once a very common viral infection both in the UK and around the world. However, since a vaccine was developed and created in 1952 by Jonas Salk, it has become far rarer. Interestingly, most people who have Polio won’t even realise it, as they won’t suffer from … Continue reading Helping Polio Survivors with NuStep
It’s that time again, you’ve surely seen the 2018 Winter Paralympics so far, we’ve also been keeping a close eye on the success, the drama and the honour that all of our athletes and those from far away competing in this incredible competition. There is something to be said for the extra hard work, enthusiasm … Continue reading PyeongChang 2018 Paralympics
Great Britain has some incredible places to visit with some of the most exquisite views and fresh air, the kind of experience which is not always on your doorstep. So we’ve put together a list of places to visit across the country with disabled access. Just in case the outdoors is somewhere you don’t fancy, … Continue reading 5 Great Accessible Places To Visit In The UK
Going on holiday is typically stressful at the best of times, from sorting liquids into tiny clear plastic bottles, to waking up in the early hours only to be sat on congested motorways in standstill traffic. And, if you’re lucky enough to have got through all of that relatively pain-free, you still have to get … Continue reading How to make travelling with a disability as pain-free as possible!
If you’re anything like us you love seeing all things festive, and this was one thing in particular we just couldn’t ignore. Care home residents in Wales have been decorating their Zimmer frames, with help from local schoolchildren. From felt flowers to festive lights and even a Santa-themed chimney design, the residents have gone all-out! … Continue reading Pimp my Zimmer trend sweeps the nation!
That’s right, we’re into the dark, often bitterly cold, winter months! And for those of you who are venturing out on your mobility scooters, this time of year can be somewhat challenging! From dark frozen mornings, to wet winter days, the conditions aren’t always ideal for those of you who are setting out on your … Continue reading How to care for your mobility scooter this winter
The Mobility Aids Centre have just finished installing a LiteGait at the new Neurological Rehabilitation Gym for the team at The Rehab Physio in the Wirral. The full installation consisted of a postural control device and treadmill with ‘Gaitsens’ gait analysis equipment, which will help the company improve and revolutionise the standard of rehabilitation and … Continue reading Installing a LiteGait at The RehabPhysio NEW Gym
The Mobility Aids Centre have just arrived back from visiting NuStep Inc! Employees Ollie Lansell and David Watling spent time meeting the team and learning all about their products at the company’s headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. The highlight was undoubtedly seeing just how exactly their fabulous range of products are manufactured and assembled. … Continue reading The Mobility Aids Centre Visit NuStep
“We’re The Superhumans” That’s the advertising slogan for Channel 4’s coverage of this year’s Paralympic Games. Boy, do we agree! Never has a slogan so perfectly encapsulated the attitude, dedication and unimaginable hard work that each and every competing athlete undertakes to make it to Brazil or any Paralympic games for that matter. As with … Continue reading The 2016 Rio Paralympic Games