Keep up to date with what’s happening in the mobility industry by checking out our blog. We’re passionate about helping people, and that means knowing what’s current, and sharing that knowledge. Below, you’ll find a roundup of industry news, resources to help you cope with your situation, and the occasional update about what’s new at Shire Mobility.
At Shire Mobility, we want to help our customers become informed, so that they can make the right choice about which products are right for them. One product type that we get frequent questions about are stairlifts – since a lot of people have questions, we picked five of the best to share.
This year, why not try a new experience to shake up your Christmas traditions? Here’s five of our favourite accessible days out for Christmas 2019...
News has broken this week of yet another example of a mobility-aid scam “doing the rounds” online. This should serve as a stark warning to people considering a mobility aid of their own – always buy from credible vendors with an offline presence that you can visit in person.
Parking on pavements puts disabled people at greater risk and stress all across the country. It reduces the width of pavements and puts a large obstacle in the way of people with wheelchairs or other mobility aids. And this is to say nothing of people who suffer visual impairment or are neurodiverse.
According to a number of leading safety charities, “reckless” mobility scooter drivers are causing more road accidents. The increase has led some observers to call for the confiscation of persistent offenders’ electric vehicles.
We’re pleased to announce that Shire Mobility is opening its third store on Castle Street in Banbury, bringing our top-quality, highly accredited, service to a whole new audience!
You’re probably aware of the wide range of mobility aids that are available on the market (if not, check out our products page). But one you might not have considered might also have the capacity to become your “best friend” – that’s right, a dog.