Managing Mobility Problems

There are lots of people who live with mobility problems in the UK. Something that we often take for granted is the ease with which we can do things, when we do not have these types of problems. However, for people who have problems with their mobility it can be very difficult to carry out many of these tasks that we often don’t have to think twice about.

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Anybody who has ever broken a bone and ended up in plaster, will have a good understanding of the types of problems that people living with reduced mobility can face. It is something that we often take for granted, but there are many risks that are also associated with having reduced mobility.

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Slips, trips and falls are all more likely to occur in someone that has limited mobility, as well as the fact that they are also likely to cause more physical damage in these people too, especially if the person is older. However, there are things that can help with this, and can reduce the risk of feeling vulnerable getting on with daily life.

When out and about, there are many different things that you can use, such as scooters and wheelchairs to walking sticks and frames, which can help you to get out and about in safety. Indoors, there are also a wide range of disability aids like these which can help to make your home easier to get around and enjoy in comfort and safety.

Roger Walker

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