Ease the lockdown woes with support living

Lockdown life has not been easy for anybody and recent news that the most vulnerable in our society can now take some tentative steps outside will be really welcomed.

 

Supported living can take these new steps further by helping make those every day tasks a little bit easier. Here are just a few of the ways supported living can improve a persons quality of life.

 

Independence

Losing your independence can be very frustrating. Luckily there are some fantastic products available to give you some of your independence back. From mobility scooters to stairlifts, take a look at some of these life changing living aids.

 

Connectivity

Connecting with family and friends doesn’t have to disappear during lockdown. The latest technology is easy to use and means you can see your gorgeous grandchildren whenever you like! It can also be used to purchase groceries and other essential items and with most companies now offering contactless delivery there’s no need to worry about coming into contact with others.

 

Comfort

Whether you need extra support from your armchair or a lightweight self propelled wheelchair, comfort can play a huge part in someone’s quality of life. There is no better feeling than putting your feet up in your new armchair following a busy day on your feet.

 

Freedom

Mobility scooters can be used to travel a little further, meaning you could go to a local park or some local convenience shops. Not having to rely on others gives a sense of freedom that you cannot put a price on.

 

Check out our mobility section in our shopping directory to find out more!

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