How a mobility shop can help you be more independent

For those with mobility-related conditions or disabilities, being able to gain independence is a common goal. Simple tasks such as moving up and down the stairs and bathing yourself, can become very difficult without help, and with over 11 million people with a disability in the UK, it’s more important than ever to find a…

Four Benefits of a Stairlift

If you’re someone who struggles to get around your home because of mobility issues – whether that’s because of age or disability – stairlifts are a great way to help. From retaining your independence to protecting you from injury, there are many benefits of installing one at your home. Retaining Your Independence One of the…

Four Benefits of Purchasing a Mobility Scooter

If a mobility-related illness or long term recovery from an injury is affecting your physical wellbeing, investing in a high-quality mobility aid could give you a new lease of life. Of the equipment available, mobility scooters are one of the most popular choices – whether you only need occasional help or require full-time support getting…

Three Occasions When Mobility Scooters Can Come in Use

Mobility scooters are great for people who need some help getting around, such as those who tire easily or can be unstable on their feet. Whether you require a mobility scooter every day or just as some occasional extra support, having access to a mobility aid such as a scooter can make you feel more…

How Do Supportive Shoes Help Those With Limited Mobility?

Specially designed for those who need extra support when walking, extra roomy footwear and bespoke shoes can make it easier to get around. When you’re unsteady on your feet or highstreet shoes are uncomfortable with your foot condition, you may need to look elsewhere. Luckily, many mobility aid shops, like LTC Mobility, offer a range…

Three Common Misconceptions About Life With a Physical Disability

According to the Equality Act 2010, a disability is defined as a physical or mental condition that has ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative affects on your day to day activities. However, by its very nature, having a disability will affect each person in a different way, in fact, even two people diagnosed with the same condition…