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At Ability Superstore you'll discover one of the most comprehensive ranges of mobility aids and healthcare products online in the UK. Whether you are a professional healthcare worker, have a relative or friend who uses disability aids or you are looking for something for yourself, we have over 12,000 products for you to choose from.

From kitchen gadgets to bath aids, walking sticks to zimmer frames and hoists or wheelchairs, our healthcare advisers are help to help you select the mobility aids for your needs. We have a free disability aids printed catalogue too - to request your copy click here or call free on 0800 255 0498.

BREAKING NEWS: WE NOW DESPATCH TO LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE - IF YOU ARE BASED OUTSIDE OF THE UK PLEASE ASK FOR SHIPPING COSTS


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Help for carers

This Friday, 28th November, will be Carers Rights Day in the UK. It’s about helping carers of all ages get access to the advice and support they need.

Carers UK estimates that 2 million people become carers every year, but many are unaware of the services and help they are entitled to, including financial and practical support.
Carers Rights Day campaigns to raise awareness of the needs of carers with the public and with decision-makers and professionals, and helps individuals and employers to find out more about how people can access support, in their local community or online.

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Preparing for Christmas

It’s only five weeks till Christmas – just over 37 days to be precise – and if you’re celebrating it then you’ve probably started preparing already. This week we thought we’d bring you some tips for making this year’s go with a swing, without compromising your finances or your sanity! Calm and happy Saga has a wealth of […]

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Improving accessibility

This week, accessibility issues have been in the news, and we were dismayed to read about the findings of an investigation by BBC London. The undercover operation involved two researchers – one blind and the other, a wheelchair-user – who documented their day-to-day experiences in London with the help of pinhole cameras. Organisations are legally […]

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