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The focus here is on getting around in the home, in public areas but also about changes in the body position through movement. Mobility aids can be used for limitations in personal mobility through disease or disability.

These assistive products can:

  • Support mobility in and outside the home
  • Enable or facilitate the climbing of stairs
  • Make the use of vehicles possible
  • Assist the change of position (upright, sitting down, turning over)
  • Serve as a guide

Assistive products to support mobility from other assistive product fields:

Rollator

Assistive products for walking

Walking sticks, walking frames and other walking aids promote individual mobility and independent living for people with limited walking abilities.

Self-propel wheelchair

Manual wheelchairs

Wheelchairs that are powered manually by the user or his assistant provide mobility for people with mobility limitations or impairments.

Electric wheelchair

Electric wheelchairs and scooters

Electric wheelchairs and scooters provide mobility for people with mobility limitations or impairments.

Control Unit for Electric Wheelchairs

Wheelchair accessories

These include safety belts, steering, control, and braking systems, tyres, wheels, lights and other accessories and special equipment for wheelchairs.

Gripping Aid for Car Steering Wheel

Vehicles and vehicle adaptations

Cars, motorcycles, mobile homes and other vehicles can be specifically adapted to the requirements and needs of disabled people.

Therapy Bike

Cycles and kick scooters

Special bikes and scooters are suitable for extending the range of motion. Moreover, there are many adaptations available to enable disabled people to ride the bicycles.

Buggy

Prams and buggies

Special prams and buggies - also called rehab-buggy or rehab-cart, for the transportation of children with disabilities.

Stair Climber

Stair climbers

The stair climber provides wheelchair users or people with limited walking ability the possibility to overcome stairs. Most of the stair climbers are operated by an assistant.

Hoist

Hoists

Mobile or firmly mounted lifts are used as an assistive aid for lifting and moving people and eases nursing care.

Repositioning Aids

Assistive products for transfering and turning persons

For repositioning patients in bed or for patient transfer from the bed to a wheelchair, there are special transfer and assistive turning aids that are intended to provide reliefe for primary caregivers.

Cane for the Blind

Assistive products for orientation / canes for the blind

These include white canes, electronic orientation aids, auditory, tactile and visual orientation aids.