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Mobility aids

Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex

We provide short-term loans of mobility aids to people in need, including wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames.

Find out more about mobility aids.

If you are a health and social care commissioner, please look at our information for commissioners.

We offer a Home delivery and collection service for a fee. Please call 0844 4122 772 to make arrangements and find out if you qualify to get this service at no charge.

Step 1. Contact Us


Unit 10 Marshgate Centre
Parkway, Harlow Business Park
Harlow
CM19 5QP

08444 122 772

Click below to make an online request for help from our mobility aids service

REQUEST MOBILITY AIDS

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    1. Mobility aids, Loughton

    Lincoln Hall
    125 High Road
    Loughton

    IG10 4LT

    020 8508 2162

    Monday & Wed to Friday 10am-12:30pm

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Step 2. Service Locations

  • 1. Mobility aids, Loughton

    Lincoln Hall
    125 High Road
    Loughton

    IG10 4LT

    020 8508 2162

    Monday & Wed to Friday 10am-12:30pm

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REQUEST MOBILITY AIDS

Click below to make an online request for help from our mobility aids service

REQUEST MOBILITY AIDS

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Mobility aids

We offer the following mobility aids for loan in your area:

  • wheelchairs
  • commodes
  • crutches
  • toilet frames
  • walking frames

Borrow a wheelchair

Nearly everyone who has their own wheelchair from us has their own crisis. Our UK volunteers help people in crisis every single day.

Read stories of people we've helped

When we loaned a wheelchair to her mother-in-law, Liz Harfield was so impressed that she immediately signed up as a volunteer.

Volunteer Lizzie helps people cope at home after a hospital stay, increasing their confidence.

After a troubling time, Alister took up volunteering as a way to boost his self-confidence and skills.

After her leg was amputated, Lorna Williams was desperate to return home – but didn’t realise how difficult it would be coping alone.