This section shows examples of walking sticks designed to provide support while walking.
Included in this section are walking sticks with a stable base.
In this section there are various examples of the different types of crutches that are available.
Included are various types of walking frames that can be used to provide support while walking.
Examples of Rollators and triangular walkers that provide support while walking.
Includes types of walkers that can support while walking.
This section includes accessories that can be used with various walking aids.
These bags, baskets and trays have been designed to attach to some of the available walking aids.
Includes manual propelled wheelchairs.
Includes wheelchairs and attachments that assist with manual chair propulsion.
Includes manual wheelchairs that have been designed to go over sand or grass surfaces.
Includes wheelchairs that have been designed for the more active users.
This section includes add-on systems to power assist a manual wheelchair.
Included is battery powered wheelchairs.
Includes powered wheelchairs suitable for off-road and rough terrain.
Includes Mobility scooters to assist with travelling from one place to another.
Includes scooters suitable for off-road and rough terrain.
This section includes seating, back supports and cushions to be used with a wheelchair.
This section includes add-on supports and harnesses to provide support for wheelchair users.
This section includes replacement parts and accessories for wheelchairs and scooters.
This section includes examples of storage ideas and various ways to cover wheelchairs and scooters.
Includes assistive equipment that can be used with a vehicle. It is advisable to always consult the insurance provider before using add-on equipment.
Includes easy to use mobile phones with assistive features.
Includes devices that assist with navigation when out and about.
A range of devices that play pre-recorded messages to give reminders.
Easy to use watches with useful features.
This section contains equipment to help with dressing tasks. Including equipment to help put on socks, stockings or shoes. Aids to fasten buttons and zips. Plus dressing sticks and grabbers to reach and pull up clothes.
This section includes different types of daywear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes underwear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes outerwear clothing that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section includes, socks, tights, stockings and hold ups that are extra wide, non-elasticated and seamless.
This section includes swimwear that has features that make it easier to put on and take off.
This section contains examples of bespoke footwear.
This section shows examples of inserts and insoles and different shoe fastenings.
This section includes examples of assistive equipment that will help with carrying shopping and handling money.
This section includes examples of wheeled trolleys for transporting shopping.
The items in this section are tools that have been designed to assist with a range of garden activities.
The items in this section are tools that have been designed to assist with watering the garden and moving garden waste.
This section includes a range of kneeling and seating equipment that can assist you while doing jobs in the garden.
This section includes examples of a range of accessible garden furniture and plant containers.
This section includes bikes and trikes for adults and children that are designed to assist with cycling.
Adapted personal fitness equipment.
Range of equipment that supports with swimming.
This section shows examples of balls with features to assist with play.
Includes ball games with features to assist with play.
Includes games that can be played on the floor.
This section includes equipment that can assist with photography and film making.
Includes equipment that can assist with painting.
Include equipment to assist with turning handles and keys.
Examples of equipment to help you care for your pets. Includes equipment designed for aging pets.
Item locators can be used to find small items that may have been misplaced like keys.
Examples of equipment to assist with entering and exiting the building.
Examples of how to reduce floor and steps slipperiness.
This section shows examples of ways you can label equipment that can assist with daily living and identifying everyday items.
This section includes fobs that flash or beep in response to a whistle or a button being pressed so to alert when an item has been misplaced or lost.
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