Free delivery on orders over £40, only £3.95 under £40

Mobility & Disability Aids

UK's Home of Mobility Aids

Welcome to Ability Superstore - our range of over 12,000 products ensures we are your one-stop shop for all your mobility and disability aid products.

Experienced Staff & Exceptional Product Knowledge

The team at Ability Superstore knows what it takes to ensure 100% satisfaction and is passionate about providing the right mobility aids and disability equipment for your needs. We are happy to offer professional guidance to suggest the correct products for you or your loved one, from selecting the correct item right through to delivery.

Competitive Prices

Our mission is to provide one of the widest ranges of mobility and disability aids available in the UK at competitive prices, with a vast array of useful information and advice and the very best in customer service support.

Free Printed Catalogue

We understand that not everyone has the ability or means to access the internet, so we created a free printed catalogue featuring our best-selling aids to help people choose with confidence.

Over 60 Years of Experience

With over sixty years of experience behind us, our friendly team is dedicated to bringing you the widest choice of products to help make everyday life easier, address mobility issues, enjoy greater freedom, and remain independent for longer.

Free Delivery For Orders Over £40

We offer free delivery on all standard product orders on our range of disability aids and mobility equipment over £40 to mainland UK. Delivery on all orders under £40 is fixed at £3.95.

Friendly, Local Staff

One of the many benefits is that we are a company based in the UK, and so are all our staff. Our helpful team personally responds to all enquiries, in-store or via phone and email. This personal touch makes all the difference.

Supplying the NHS

We are proud to say we are an official equipment supplier to many NHS hospitals, hospital trusts, clinical commissioning groups and care homes. We supply walking aids, daily living aids, mobility scooters, walking frames, rollators, wheelchairs, accessories and crutches for everyday use.

Member of the British Healthcare Trades Association

We are proud to be British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) members. We abide by the BHTA Code of Practice, which the Trading Standards Institute approves.

VAT Relief

Many of our products are available at VAT-exempt prices for those who qualify for VAT exemption. To remove the VAT from your order, simply state the medical condition when placing your order and the website will do the rest!

Ability Superstore News

We like to keep our customers updated and informed on every new development in the mobility aid world.

For all the latest news and information on disability aids and support, see our blog. Packed with articles on everything you need to know to assist yourself and others with disabilities or mobility issues. Our page offers practical advice and health tips as well as answers to frequently asked questions such as, ‘How do you measure a walking stick’ or ‘How do you buy a motorised scooter’. Our comprehensive product reviews can assist you in choosing the best mobility aids for you, while our updates on legislation changes affecting disability and those requiring mobility aids will ensure you are aware of how they affect you.

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