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Mobility aids

Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset and Channel Isles

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.

Step 1. Contact Us


Bradbury House
Apple Lane
Exeter
EX2 7HA

0845 331 3331

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

REQUEST MOBILITY AIDS

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    1. Mobility aids, Taunton

    Red Cross House
    Livingstone Way

    Taunton

    TA2 6BD

    01823 273 746

    Monday to Friday 10am-4pm

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Step 2. Service Locations

  • 1. Mobility aids, Taunton

    Red Cross House
    Livingstone Way

    Taunton

    TA2 6BD

    01823 273 746

    Monday to Friday 10am-4pm

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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

Read stories of people weʼve helped

Difficulties with walking meant that Colin was missing out on his beloved air shows – but our loan of a wheelchair soon had him soaring again.

Diana Spooner was facing ten weeks stuck in a chair following an operation, but our wheelchair soon had her racing around again.

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

When Eve O’Malley fractured her ankle, it looked like she’d be stuck at home – until we provided a wheelchair.

Independent living: help people at home

Woman at her front door greeting the volunteer who's bringing her groceries

From giving people confidence to doing a weekly shop, our volunteers help people to live independently in their own home.