It is a sad fact that for so many of us as we get older, our mobility deteriorates and our dexterity declines. There are thankfully a range of everyday ‘helps’ that are now available – from purpose designed kitchen utensils, for example, that hands struck with arthritis find easier to use, through to wheelchairs and scooters.
In its way, each ‘disability aid’ is intended to offer as much continued independence to the individual as possible so that they can for themselves carry out the everyday activities ,which perhaps have always been difficult for them or which have been ‘second nature’ to them for the preceding many years.
For readers in United Kingdom, I am happy to have come across a company specialising in mobility helps, and there is a link to them below. You will find helps in the following areas:
- Daily Living Aids
- Power Chairs
- Scooters – with free delivery and 3 months insurance
- Therapetic Aids
- Kitchen, Bathroom and WC Aids
- Chairs and Beds
In short if you are facing a mobility or dexterity ‘issue’, I feel that here is a company definitely worth visiting.