Recovering From a Stroke With Helpful Aids
At Mobility Centre we have a wide range of daily living aids that can support and assist an individual suffering from a stroke. We understand that having a stroke may give you a long-term or permanent disability.
We appreciate that this often is a life changing event, where your future daily living needs and requirements have changed. Whether your requirements are more specific around mobility equipment, smaller daily living aids, or more general disability aids, we can guide you on the options that will best meet your requirements.
Over the years we have serviced and supported a wide range of stroke sufferers throughout New Zealand, and greatly understand the needs of such individuals. Stroke recovery can often take many months, if not years, and some simple purpose designed products and equipment can often make this recovery time a little easier.
Please contact us for more information about our extensive range of daily living aids, including mobility aids and disability equipment.
UCCELLO Tipping Kettle
Uccello Kettle is a leader in assistive living technology. The safe, ergonomic kettle provides independence to people with restricted mobility and strength.$154.00 View
Super Grip 4 Pce Bendable Cutlery Set
Comfortable rubber built up handles. The spoons and fork feature a metal shaft that can be bent to any angle. The rocker knife cuts with a minimum of motion. High quality four piece set.$99.50 View
Cherry Wood Spiral Carved Walking Stick
An attractive cane carved from cherry stained wood with spiral detailing and derby style handle.$90.00 View
Porcelain High Sided Plate
An attractive round 20cm diameter pottery plate made in New Zealand of the highest quality materials.$40.00 View
Aircycle is an easy to use, inflatable exerciser that helps relieve pain from arthritis, boosts your circulation and improves muscle strength. This product is proven to reduce pain and discomfort and help people stay mobile and active.$53.00 View
Nose Cutoff Cup
Designed for people with limited neck movement, a bed patient, or in a wheelchair with a headrest. Cup is notched to allow room for the nose and eyeglasses when cup is tipped.$20.00 View