Rollators can be a great mobility aid for those wanting to maintain their mobility in their home and even outside. Whilst many Rollators can be used indoors and outdoors, some models are specifically designed for one or the other.
We seem to get a lot of enquiries about how to fold a walker (or rollator as they’re sometimes called). The best method depends on the type of walker you have and it's not always as easy as it sounds. Here's some quick, simple tips to help you pack up and transport your rollator with ease.
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Mobility aids are things that help you get about more easily/safely. From handy walking sticks and urban poles, to functional shopping trolleys and rollators or walkers, find out which mobility aids may be best for you. Find out which mobility aids will best help you to get stronger, recover, or just age gracefully.
Modern built for purpose Shopping trolleys are so much more than a way to get the shopping home. We have choices to suit all abilities and needs, so have a look and find your walking buddy.
Rollators or walkers, walking sticks, and crutches each offer different levels of support and versatility. This guide is designed to help you choose which walking aid is the right one for you and your needs to help you maintain your mobility indoors and outdoors.