Wheelchair Users ‘Ignored by Bus Drivers’

A charity has spoken out about many disabled wheelchair users struggling to board buses and being left behind at bus stops. The Leonard Cheshire Disability charity conducted a survey amongst 179 wheelchair users and found that most had said they had been either turned away when buses are busy, or had been refused a space on…

Elderly Being Ripped off When Buying Disabled Mobility Scooters

With an ageing population on the rise, the demand for mobility scooters is also growing. However, a recent news feature said this is being seen by some retailers as an opportunity to take advantage of pensioners looking for new mobility scooters. Prices for mobility scooters are reaching an all time high at £6,800 with some…

Jeans Designed for Wheelchair Users

A paralyzed designer has created comfortable and stylish jeans specifically for women who use wheelchairs. When you think about it, most of our clothing is made around a standard design without much consideration for the needs of people with disabilities. This is now set to change because of the influence of a lady called Heidi McKenzie,…

Mobility Scooters to Be Better Catered for on Some Public Transport

Despite the difficulties experienced by some mobility scooter users while trying to use the nations network train services, other public transport sectors are looking to improve their service for passengers with disabilities. For the first time ever, mobility scooter users are going to be able to travel aboard buses and trams as part of a…

Disability Travel Scheme Launched in London

A new travel scheme to help disabled people get around London has been launched. The Turn Up and Go scheme is a six-month trial that has seen 30 stations across London team up to make it more convenient for people using mobility scooters to travel in the capital.

Could the EU Force Mobility Scooter Users to Insure Their Vehicles?

Some British news outlets have raised concerns over the possibility that mobility scooters and other small, motorised vehicles (including golf buggies), will have to be insured. The concerns stem from a recent ruling from the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Wheelchair Football: The Paralympic Legacy Continues into 2015

While 2012’s London games are now a distant memory to many and all eyes are starting to look towards Brazil 2016, the Paralympic legacy in the UK is still evident three years later and sport for people with disabilities is going from strength to strength. Recent news reports from across the country show that we’re…

Mobility Scooter Safety Courses Improve Quality of Life

A new police project in South Yorkshire is encouraging mobility scooter users to enroll on safety courses. Delivered in community centres, care homes and churches across the county, the free Scooter Safe project uses a film-set indoor street to help train scooter users on protecting themselves and others when out and about.

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