Aids to help you get through the pitfalls of winter
Snow and ice are not only a source of winter joy. The cold time of year brings particular challenges with it for wheelchair users. Some people joke that hibernation is the best option. We believe there are a few other solutions for defying the elements and being able to move around better in snow and on black ice. Here are a few ideas about how you can make sure you and your wheelchair are ready for winter. We have many the aids listed below in our range. Simply call us and we will be happy to advise you without obligation. Because your #freedomofmovement matters to us.
TIP – Make sure you visit the rehabilitation workshop once winter is over
A service for your wheelchair after the winter season will make sure that salt in the wheel bearings, wear and tear caused by grit, and other issues are eliminated.
Leg blanket & foot bags for cosy warmth
This issue with a car in the snow
Clearing snow and ice from a car is awkward for wheelchair users. A shelter or a car heater are useful. De-icing spray, a long scraper or a thermal windscreen cover also help. However, sometimes your only option is to let somebody else help you.