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1.How To Choose A Powerchair
A powerchair or electric wheelchair can bring independence and freedom to those currently reliant on others. Once you have decided on a powerchair rather than a mobility scooter or wheelchair, there are still plenty of ...
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2.What To Look For When Choosing A Riser Recliner Chair
If you suffer from mobility problems such as arthritis and back pain, and spend a lot of time in an armchair, you may find it difficult to get in and out of your chair. A rise and recline chair can assist you. Electric lift ...
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3.How To Choose A Wheelchair
Nowadays, wheelchairs can be cheap to purchase and are widely available, so choosing a wheelchair can be confusing. Some people will have been prescribed a specific sort of wheelchair by an Occupational Therapist whilst others might want a wheelchair for when an elderly ...
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4.Who Could Benefit From A Bathlift?
People who don't find bathing as easy as they used to, and maybe perhaps struggle getting in and out of a traditional bath or shower, and are perhaps considering a walk in bath or shower could benefit from a bathlift. A ...
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5.Who Could Benefit From A Mobility Scooter?
Anyone who struggles to walk or gets tired after walking a short distance could benefit from using a mobility scooter. Using an electric scooter is not an admission of defeat and can make a great deal of difference to your quality of life, and can even ...
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6.Where To Buy Your Mobility Scooter
Traditionally mobility scooters were only available at a small number of dedicated mobility dealers. These dealers were able to charge a premium as there was little or no local competition. Nowadays, due to the internet, and the large number of people wanting mobility products, more places are selling mobility scooters ...
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7.What Sort of Mobility Scooter Is Best For Me?
The nature of the disability will go some way into determining what sort of mobility scooter will be the right one. If the disabled scooter is to completely replace a car, then a small boot scooter is unlikely to fit the bill. By the same token, if you ...
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8.What Is the Difference Between a Mobility Scooter and a Powerchair?
Mobility scooters and powerchairs are often grouped together to differentiate them from traditional self-propelled, or pushed manual wheelchairs. There are however some fundamental differences between a mobility scooter and a powerchair. Mobility scooters have three or four wheels and are steered using a bicycle style handlebar ...
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9.What Do Mobility Scooters Consist Of?
Mobility Scooters usually consist of a base unit, the drive chain, the seat, and tiller, as well as the batteries and wheels. The base unit is the chassis that the other components are attached to. This chassis provides the area where the feet go in between the tiller and ...
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10.Mobility Scooter Accessories
Mobility Scooters can be customised to fit the user's exact needs. Depending on the model of scooter and the user's requirements, additional products can help you get even more out of your mobility scooter. The range of mobility scooter accessories includes various products ...
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11.How to Choose a Mobility Scooter
After you have decided what type of mobility scooter is suitable for your needs, the next thing to do is to try some. You will probably need to try several scooters to find one that feels comfortable and meets all your ...
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12.How To Charge and Maintain Your Mobility Scooter
First of all, it is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations in the manual that came with the mobility scooter as each scooter will have different instructions. Depending on the instructions, you may need to recharge your scooter ...
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