If you have difficulty walking any sort of distance then you require a mobility scooter in Standish. These mobility aids are equivalent to a powered wheelchair but are in the form of a scooter. The mobility scooter has a seat that is set over between three and five wheels. There is a flat area which functions as a foot rest and handlebars for steering and controlling the speed of the vehicle. Some scooters have a swivel seat to facilitate entry and exit from the machine. Most mobility scooters are battery powered and one or more batteries are stored on board the scooter. These are rechargeable by an on board charger or a separate device from a standard electric socket.
You ever need to be house bound again if you find walking difficult. In Standish, mobility scooters are made for use inside and outside the home. They can be used to go shopping or visiting or they can convey a person around their home. The speed controls are usually situated on the handlebars of the machine and can have thumb paddles or finger controls. They have turning signal controls as well as lighting controls. There is normally battery use indicator in an easily visible position so you can see how much power is still in the battery. They can carry a passenger with a weight of between 77kg and 440kg depending on the model. We suggest trying out the scooter you like before committing yourself.
We are proud suppliers of mobility aids including mobility scooters in Standish. Contact Elite Healthcare today or visit our showroom to see the wide range of products we stock. We are a family owned and operated business that sells mobility, healthcare and daily living aids to the general public and to professional healthcare providers. We have a wide range of products for elderly aid like walkers that can are light and robust and give that extra bit of support. Our aids can give you back a social life and immeasurable enhance your quality of life. All our employees are fully trained in almost all aspects of our products and we have qualified scooter and powerchair technicians to service and maintain the units.