Broken a finger or worse broken either an arm or a leg?
Unlike some disabilities these are only temporary but nevertheless still affect mobility
Broken legs can affect balance - so a walking cane, frame or crutches may help.
Broken arms or wrists - so how can you grip, do up buttons or zips?
Mobility Freedom Direct a local business just outside Newcastle Emlyn in Ceredigion supply a wide range of products and aids to ensure that those with mobility problems can retain as much independence as is possible.
Products are available for those with less severe mobility concerns, such as, the onset of arthritis all the way through to serious mobility issues.
Your concerns, however, may only be short term. Maybe you have a guest staying or you only have a disability that is temporary. If you are on your own and you have broken (anything really) from a broken toe, to a leg, to a wrist, or arm all are debilitating in an infuriating way and the Products at Mobility Freedom Direct are specially designed so that they are easy to use despite these injuries.
Mobility Freedom Direct has a wide range of mobility scooters and wheelchairs, stairlifts and bathroom fittings, beds and chairs for customers with longer term mobility issues but they also have a wide range of daily living aids.
Twister jar opener, over bed trays, lap trays, shopping trolleys and walking frames to crutches and other clever gadgets to help all sorts of disability.
Mobility Freedom Direct have a specially trained and experienced team ready to take your call and offer advice on the best products to help you live an independent life and to suit your pocket. Or simply visit their website and order on line, all products are normally dispatched within 5 days.
If you would like to speak to the team call 01239 639 162 and they will be happy to help.
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