Equipment Which Makes Life Easier For Those With Mobility Resrictions

For those who have limited mobility, technology has come to the rescue and provided a wide range of equipment which can significantly help to improve lives. If you are struggling, or you know somebody else who is struggling with limited capability when it comes to moving around, it is worth you understanding what kind of products are out there for helping with this problem. Let’s take a look at what kind of equipment there is for people who are suffering from limited mobility.


Stair Lift

Getting up and down stairs can prove to be one of the most problematic daily events for anyone who suffers pain or discomfort when moving around. In spite of this, you can extend your independence with a stair lift, a fantastic piece of equipment which means that you only need to sit down, push a button and you can effortlessly go up and down the stairs. It is not only about enabling you to do additional tasks, equipment like this can also help greatly in the reduction of any further damage to your body.

Mobility Scooter

Whist cars and vehicles can help you get from A to B, they can not help you when you are flitting around a shopping center or heading out to the shop or see your friends. For this reason, a mobility scooter makes perfect sense as it can ensure that you maintain your independence and that you are able to go where you like, whenever you like, without any problems.

Assistance Stick

Even something as simple as bending down to pick up a magazine or some rubbish can prove to be extremely difficult and uncomfortable for anyone who is suffering from mobility issues. For this reason, a basic aid such as an assistance stick can really help to make your life easier, you can close or open curtains, grab things from the floor and even close doors with an aid such as this.


Even taking a shower or getting in the bath can be an uphill challenge for those with mobility issues and it is important to address changing the bathroom, and looking at the aids that are available to you.

To make bath times easier, you could install a walk-in bath with a door so that getting in and out becomes easier, or you could install bars to hold on to when getting in and out of the tub.

Regarding the shower, a wet room is a fantastic option for those who are really struggling and so too is a seat which you can put in the shower to make washing easier.

Finally, getting on to and off from the toilet can really be a painful task for many and you can make this much easier with a raised toilet seat. This is a simple addition to the bathroom and one which is low cost that has a huge impact on your life.

There is much support and many aids out there if you are struggling, don’t cause yourself any further problems through ignore the options that are out there.