Our guide talks you through the different types of mobility scooter for the pavement and the road, and what to consider when buying.
Choosing a walking stick
We help you decide if a walking stick is right for you, as well as giving guidance on how to choose and use a walking stick.
Walking frames and rollators
In this guide, we compare walking frames – or zimmer frames – with wheeled walkers, and explain the benefits and drawbacks of each type.
Choosing a wheelchair
Learn about the differences between manual and electric wheelchairs, and how to customise yours to make it as comfortable as possible.
Getting a wheelchair through the NHS or privately
We explain the main options to consider if you need a wheelchair. Covering the NHS wheelchair service, other rental options and how to buy a wheelchair privately.
How to hire wheelchairs using schemes such as Motability, Shopmobility, the Red Cross and the Disabled Living Foundation.
Using a wheelchair in and out of the home
It may be necessary to make some adjustments in and around the home if you use a wheelchair. We explain what you need to consider.
What is a RADAR key?
A RADAR key allows disabled people to open locked accessible toilets all over the UK. Find out how to find Radar toilets and how to order a key.
Travelling by car with mobility difficulties
If you’re a wheelchair user or have reduced mobility and are travelling by car, use our guide to ensure you have a comfortable journey.
If you’re having difficulty at home because of poor balance or decreased mobility, consider installing grab rails.
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