At Crest Care in Crawley, we’ve been helping people in the West Sussex and Hampshire areas increase their independence with our mobility aids for many years. Our team is dedicated to finding you the best and most suitable products for your needs. We have a large stock of demonstration equipment available from brands we trust, so our customers can try the latest mobility scooters, disability scooters, electric wheelchairs and riser chairs.
On this page, we look into the differences between and advantages of some of our popular mobility aids. For more information about any of our services or products, do not hesitate to call Crest Care on 01293 440750. We are Crawley’s leading mobility and homecare centre.
Mobility scooters and wheelchairs can greatly improve your quality of life and increase daily independence, but with so many options out there how do you even begin to choose? Here at Crest Care we’ve helped many individuals and care homes find the ideal products, with disability scooters and electric wheelchairs being firm favourites among many of our clients.
Also known as powered wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs are ideal if you do not have the ability, stamina or strength to use a manual wheelchair - or if you want a wheelchair capable of going longer distances. They run from a battery and electric motor and can be driven at the touch of a button or, controlled by the mouth in cases where bodily movement is restricted. We have many different options for our customers in and around Crawley to choose from too, with a number of electric indoor and outdoor variations available.
Main benefits of electric wheelchairs:
Modern mobility and disability scooters are a great way to improve your quality of life when mobility is usually limited. Travelling to places becomes much easier and many scooters are compact enough to use indoors and on public transport, increasing your independence greatly. They are an excellent long-term investment and come in a wide variety of models to suit the different needs of Crawley customers. The three main models are compact/portable scooters, mid-range mobility scooters and heavy-duty road legal (Class 3) scooters.
Key advantages of disability scooters:
When you find it hard to sit and stand up, a recliner/riser chair can help you increase your comfort and independence at home. These incredibly versatile motorised chairs recline and lift you up at the touch of a button. Not only do they help you get out of your chair much more easily, but are also beneficial for a wide variety of medical conditions. For example, if you suffer with water retention in your legs the lift function will raise your legs up to help reduce swelling. Riser chairs are available in various styles and fabrics to choose from.
At Crest Care, we also specialise in a variety of walking aids to help you move around the home and out and about with more ease. Our selection includes walking sticks, walking frames, tri-walkers and rollators. Visit our outlet in Crawley to view any of our quality products or alternatively, contact us for a catalogue that can be viewed at your leisure.