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Why renting mobility equipment could be the way forward

Have you ever considered renting mobility equipment instead of buying it? It can offer a number of benefits, such as saving hassle when going on holiday or avoiding costly mistakes by trying an aid before buying.

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New eFOLDi Lite folding and lightweight mobility scooter

If you’re looking for a lightweight, folding mobility scooter, you might want to find out more about the eFOLDi Lite mobility scooter. As well as being light, it’s packed with extra features to make your life easier.

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5 ways to be independent as a disabled person

Are you disabled and wanting to live more independently? Read these five tips, from understanding your disability rights to finding the best disability aids, to help you live independently as a disabled person.

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5 disability aids and gadgets that can help you live independently

We’ve rounded up five disability aids and gadgets to help you to live independently, whether that’s cooking, cleaning, working or watching TV. Find out more about how these cheap disability aids could help you.

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3 top-rated products for disabled people on Rate it!

We all want to find everyday products that will make our lives easier, right? New website Rate it! can help you to do just that. It’s one of the first

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5 practical and stylish Christmas stocking fillers for someone disabled

The days are getting shorter, the weather is turning bitter, and everywhere is packed full to the brim with Christmas decorations and gifts. Christmas adverts have been on the TV for

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Designed2enable: assisted living products

John Pyne, who owns the online retail store designed2enable (which specialises in stylish assistive products for those in need of a little extra help in life) tells us about how

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Aid4disabled: opening doors for disabled people

Patrick Burke, who has Multiple Sclerosis, talks to Disability Horizons about how his own experience with disability aids have shaped his business, Aid4disabled. I am a 57-year-old bloke who was