Maintaining independence with mobility aids

Our retail department plays its part in promoting independence by providing and advising mobility aids. It is surprising how small changes make a big difference to people’s quality of life. Our friendly staff are here to help advise any mobility aids to make each day  easier around the home or outdoors. Thus giving people the confidence to leave the house more and not having to rely on others to complete what seems a simple task.

If you visit either our Ashton or Market Place shop, we stock a wide range of mobility aids, including mobile urinals, walking sticks, wheelchairs and Tri-Walkers.   Not only do we sell brand new items, we have a range of donated items too, such as perching stools, toilet frames and commodes. All these are cleaned, checked and priced accordingly.

 If you visit one of our shops and we do not have the item in store, one of our team will be happy to look for the item in the large catalogue provided.  We can order the product and it will be with you within two weeks maximum.

Our prices are extremely competitive  and are fantastic  value for money. Did you know if you have a physical or mental impairment which has long term and substantial adverse effect on your ability to carry out everyday activities or have a chronic sickness, such as diabetes; or terminally ill you are eligible to VAT exemption? All you need to do is fill in a simple form to clarify this.

From customer feedback our mobility aids have genuinely changed their lives for the better. Once house bound people have gained more confidence to venture out with their walking aids, even if it to the local shops, knowing that having any trips are less likely. Also having grab rails around the home, making mobility much easier is another good example of simple positive changes.

We often have queries regarding wheelchairs, explaining how family members struggle to come to terms with the fact their independent  mobility has been reduced and the suggestion  of a wheelchair is a negative idea and would reduce independence further. This is not the case,  I found family members would be able to spend more time together outdoor and visiting places without worrying about each other’s needs.

Please visit one of our shops for more information on mobility aids

437 Blackpool Road Ashton 01772 733822

28 Market Place, Preston   01772 250773

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