The Bimblers share their tips and advice for buying mobility aids. Mobility aids they use are folding wheelchairs, mobility scooters and portable wheelchair ramps.
It’s a big decision to start using a wheelchair. It somehow feels like you’re giving up and for some people, there’s the embarrassment of being seen in a wheelchair. Honestly, I get it. Bridget had a wheelchair [more..]
As you get older or if like us, disability has made climbing stairs difficult, it’s hard to underestimate the benefits of getting a home stairlift fitted. For nearly 4 years, Bridget struggled climbing the stairs. [more..]
Have you ever found yourself standing outside a disabled toilet, desperate for a wee, only to find you need a Radar Key for the disabled toilet? We have, loads of times, especially when we’re travelling. [more..]
It’s not often we get invited to test mobility products, so when Fenetic Wellbeing asked us to test their “Deluxe Wheelchair in a Bag” I was not only surprised but also intrigued because I’ve never [more..]
There are few things more important when we travel than an accessible bathroom. In fact, easy access to bathing facilities is probably the first thing we look for when we’re deciding where to stay. Most [more..]