Posts Tagged ‘mobility equipment’

10 New Mobility Products!

Monday, March 27th, 2017 by morethan

Here at More Than Mobility we are always on the look-out for the latest mobility products to help our customers live as normal as an everyday life as possible.   We have recently added these 10 new mobility products to our website so please take a look to see if they can help you or a loved one.

Diamond Deluxe Rollator & Wheelchair

This Diamond Deluxe Rollator is a transit wheelchair chair and rollator/walking aid all in one!  Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Price £175

Plug Tugs

These Plug-Tugs make removing fiddly plugs less of a hassle and make using electrical sockets much easier. Price £3.99 for pack of 10

Handy Handle

The Handy Handle provides an easier grip and better leverage while helping someone stand from a couch, car, bed, or toilet. Its ergonomic design provides a comfortable grip and eliminates awkward grabbing or arm pulling. Price £19.99

Outdoor Step
Heavy duty non slip resistant step for your front or back door. Enable users to lift their feet and remain steady while stepping up.  Lightweight and easy to move throughout the house. Price £24.99

Key Turner
This key turner provides extra leverage for easy turning of keys.   Curved handle fits comfortably in the hand allows for easy turning. Holds three keys and folds the keys when handle not in us. Price £6.99

Quad Cane
This Quad Cane has four feet which provides a wider base and therefore more stability for users with limited balance. Lightweight and aluminium but strong. Price £14.99


The easy to use Foot Switch makes getting hard to reach sockets a thing of the past and no need to scramble on the floor.  Simply plug the main unit into the socket and place the robust foot control in a convenient position to operate any appliance.  Price: £16.99

Friends & Family Emergency Auto Dial Plus

When pressed this SOS button will automatically call 3 landline or mobile numbers set by you, one after another until answered.   The person receiving the call will be played your customised help message and you can then talk back to them through the pendant. Provides peace of mind, dignity and independence in your own home.  Price: £99.99

Uccello Power Pour Kettle

This Uccello Power Pour Kettle is designed to making a cup of tea a whole lot easier and is especially for individuals who suffer from arthritis or poor grip strength. The weighted base of the kettle arcs on a rotating axis to deliver hot water safely and steadily. Price: £42.99

Graphic History Blood Pressure Monitor – Upper Arm

This clinically tested upper arm blood pressure monitor will display your seven day weekly readings in a simple graph format both on the screen as well as on the large digital display.  The easy check colour classification guide tells you where you stand between normal, pre-hypertension and stage 1 or stage 2 hypertension. Price: £42.95

Our More Than Mobility website also stocks mobility scooters, rise and recline chairs and electric adjustable beds as well as a range of daily living aids so do visit our website for more on our mobility products and services.

Best Wishes

More Than Mobility Team

Needs Assessments by Social Services

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 by morethan

Anyone who appears to have a need for care or support can request a needs assessment through their local social services;regardless of the ‘level’ of those needs or the person’s financial resources. Even if you as the carer are providing all the care the person needs, they are still entitled to an assessment.

A health and social care assessment is done to find out what help and support you may need like on-going healthcare, mobility equipment, help in your home or residential care.

In some areas, social services ask local independent organisations or occupational therapists to carry out the assessment, but arrangements should still be made through social services and they should explain who will carry out the assessment. The assessor should be trained and where particularly complex needs are involved, an assessor with specialist expertise or knowledge should be involved.

The assessment meeting will normally be carried out face to face, usually by a social worker or another trained professional. The meeting should be carried out in a convenient and private place, usually at the person’s home.

The assessment should consider the following:

  • the person’s needs and how that impacts on their care
  • the things that matter to them, for instance, a need to help with getting dressed or support to get to work
  • their choices and goals, for example if they wish to take up a new activity or maintain relationships, and preferences for their day-to-day care
  • the types of services, information, advice, facilities and resources which will prevent or delay further needs from developing, helping the person stay well for longer (for example, the local council may offer them a period of re-ablement to reduce needs and regain skills, before completing the assessment)
  • the needs of their family

To apply and see if you are eligible please visit the Government website and enter your postcode into the box.  Alternatively if you have recently had a needs assessment and need help with purchasing mobility equipment then do take a look at our website or give us a call on 0800 046 3949.

Best wishes

More Than Mobility Team

Visit More Than Mobility at This Weekend’s Mobility Roadshow!

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 by morethan

This weekend is the annual Mobility Roadshow and More Than Mobility will be attending and exhibition our mobility products again.  If you have time or if you are looking to buy a new mobility product please do come and along and see our latest NEW products as we always enjoy meeting new and old customers.

This weekend’s 3 day event is taking place at Donington Park Race Circuit, Donington Park, Derby on Thursday 25th – Saturday 27th June. Doors open from 10am – 5pm each day and entry to the roadshow is free to all visitors and appeals to drivers, passengers and non-drivers that live with disability or restricted mobility as much as the less able-bodied.

The Mobility Roadshow provides product and service information on independent mobility, whether it is drivers with disabilities, wheelchair accessible vehicles or independent living innovations in and out of the home. There is also opportunity to test drive vehicles facility on the Donington Park racing circuit, where you will be accompanied by professional drivers and will provide the ultimate driving experience. Plus try out wheelchairs, powerchairs, mobility scooters, cycles and much more!

If you are young, disabled and keen to get behind the wheel, or newly disabled, Get Going Live! is the event for you. Returning in 2015 as part of the national Mobility Roadshow, this exciting free event will help you explore all the options for accessible motoring.

Combining Get Going Live! with the established Mobility Roadshow allows for testing of range of adapted vehicles in a safe and secure environment please click here to register to book for test drives.

So don’t forget to visit More Than Mobility at stand 39, where we will be demonstrating the latest new mobility equipment including mobility scooters, rise and recline chairs, electric and manual wheelchairs,  adjustable beds and daily living aids.   We can help with all your mobility equipment needs.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Best wishes

More Than Mobility