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Welcome to Wheelfreedom
The UK's leading wheelchair hire and powered mobility specialists.
We are specialists in manual and electric wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and orthopaedic knee scooters, offering all our products for both hire and purchase. We operate a nationwide manual wheelchair hire service, and a regional powered mobility division that operates in London and the Home Counties and offers short-term hire, long-term hire, sales, and the Motability scheme for powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters. We offer specialist consultations for high-end prescriptive powered wheelchairs, as well as an OT assessment service for those with complex seating needs. For further information, please explore our website by clicking on one of the images above.
Product Profile: Ex-hire TGA Breeze S4 & S4 Max available from £1,200*
We have got three ex-hire TGA Breeze S4’s and one Breeze S4 Max at a greatly discounted rate available for purchase or long-term hire. These premium, top of the range scooters combine powerful performance, ease of use, and comfort. With a weight capacity of up to 31 stone, this is perfect for someone who wants a solid, advanced and comfortable mobility scooter.Read more
Blue Badge Scheme Could Cover More Conditions
A new proposal has been made for blue badge parking permits to be awarded to those suffering with ‘hidden disabilities’ as well as those who already qualify for the scheme. The proposed new policy will see conditions such as Dementia and Autism considered, where previously they had not. Transport minister Jesse Norman said that the blue badges make it easier to disabled people to see friends, get a job and go to the shop and that “we want to try to extend this to people with invisible disabilities.”Read more
The DWP Set to Review Every PIP Claim
The Department for Work and Pensions have announced that all 1.6 million people receiving Personal Independence Payments will have their claims reviewed. The decision comes following the recent news that the DWP would not be challenging a court ruling, which had said that recent changes to the PIP system were unfair to those suffering with invisible disabilities, such as mental health conditions. An estimated 220,000 people are expected to receive more money as a result.Read more