Mobility Aids

If you have limited mobility and need assistance moving around, there are a number of mobility aids available. Popular mobility aids include rollators, zimmer frames, crutches and many more.

Explore Mobility Aids

Mobility aids help people maintain their independence and move around. There are a number of different mobility aids available, which assist people with disabilities and reduced mobility. Below we will explore the range of aids available, including those designed for the elderly, adults and children. There are also useful tips and buying advice to ensure you find the right mobility aid for your needs.

Rollators

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Lightweight Rollators

Heavy Duty Rollators

Rollator with Seat

4-Wheeled Rollators

3-Wheeled Rollators

Rollators for Children

Rollator Accessories

Walkers & Zimmer Frames

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Zimmer Frames

Walking Frames

Posture Walkers

Wheeled Walking Frames

Folding Walking Frames

Forearm Walkers

Walking Frames for Children

Walking Therapy Frames

Walking Frame Accessories

Crutches

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Crutches

Double Adjustable Crutches

Coloured Crutches

Elbow Crutches

Comfort Grip Crutches

Crutches for Children

Crutch Ferrules

Crutch Accessories

Mobility Aids for the Elderly

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Adult Mobility Aids

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Children Mobility Aids

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Buying a Mobility Aid

It is important to buy mobility aids that are suited to your needs. Disability aids that are not the correct size can be uncomfortable and may not serve the purpose they are purchased for.

Height & Size

Most mobility aids are adjustable, which makes them suitable for a large number of people. However, there will be a minimum and maximum height for each product, which will be detailed on the information page of each product. It is important to check the available heights before purchasing a mobility aid to to ensure it will be suitable for your requirements.

Weight

Weight limits are another factor that should be considered when purchasing a mobility aid. If the weight limit is exceeded, the aid may not function correctly, and can also break, which could cause injury. The weight restrictions of a mobility aid can be found on the specification page.

Comfort & Function

Disability aids are often used on a regular basis, so they should be comfortable. The first step is to check that the aid is the correct size for you. Then check that the aid has all the features you require. For example, you may want a rollator with an in-built chair so you can sit. With some mobility equipment, you can purchase add-ons and upgrades to improve comfort and functionality.

Cost of Living Aids

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Mobility Aid FAQs

Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about mobility aids. If you have questions that aren’t covered on Mobility UK, feel free to get in touch.

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