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
Read about the different types of wheelchair that are available, with tips on whether to go manual or electric, and how to customise one to your needs.
How to get a wheelchair: NHS, rental or buy your own
We explain the main options if you need a wheelchair. Covering the NHS wheelchair service, other rental options and how to buy a wheelchair privately.
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.
Day trips and going on holiday with reduced mobility
Whether you’re planning to take a break abroad or go on a day trip, there are things to consider if you have reduced mobility.
If you have had an accident or illness, an occupational therapist can help you to regain your confidence. We explain how occupational therapy works.
If you’re having difficulty at home because of poor balance or decreased mobility, consider installing grab rails.
Cognitive exercise can help us maintain our mental health as we age. It can also help people with dementia.
Read about how personal alarms can help older people feel safer at home and remain independent for longer.