Help My Mobility
Help My Mobility is a site offering free and independent news, features and advice to people purchasing mobility equipment.
Our content is user-driven, allowing us to respond directly to consumer queries, while also offering universal information to people with a wide range of mobility impairment issues.
On our site, you’ll find articles on subjects as diverse as taxation, insurance, purchase options and the safe operation of equipment. We aim to leave no stone unturned to equip our users with all the information needed to make an informed choice on what piece of mobility equipment they require.
Purchasing that equipment can be a daunting process; it is our aim to make that process as simple and pain-free as possible.
In a bid to deliver the best possible service to our users, we recently gave our site an extensive overhaul. Our new site offers the same extensive levels of thoroughly researched, clearly presented information as before, but with the sort of streamlined layout that makes accessing that info easier than ever.
Help My Mobility never rests. We constantly scour our social media channels and monitor user engagement and feedback in order to stay on top of the issues that our readers want to see covered. We also keep abreast of developments in an ever-changing industry, to ensure that our content is constantly fresh and up-to-date.
We understand that selecting a piece of mobility equipment is a potentially life-changing decision. Our aim is to help people make the right choice.
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