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Our aim is to become the complete guide to everything and anything accessible - for wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility. From personal experience - find out more about us here - we understand the importance of what 'wheelchair accessible' involves and how sometimes it can be difficult to find. The Accessible Planet is growing every day and we are confident we will soon have everything that you need.
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About Us Based In Eastcote Solihull West Midlands I’m an independent motor dealer with 25 years’ experience in the motor trade. For the last 8 years i have focused on Wheelchair Access Vehicles & built a very successful up and coming business. I fully understands the expectations & standards of disabled users in these modern times, as a result I mainly specialise in the sale of previously Used Wheelchair Access Vehicles mainly all one owner vehicles from motobility and others low mileage Wavs are specially selected & prepared to the highest standards all by myself Chris Mansell. All my vehicles are HPI Clear and come with three months warranty plus good service history and always long or full mot’s. ⇒ View all WAV’s for sale
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About Us WavsGB is part of the Roberts Group, a well-respected family business that has been trading for over 33 years. WavsGB specialise in mobility cars for sale and hire. As well as being a leading supplier of wheelchair accessible cars, our staff are fully trained and experts in customer service. Our goal is to get you the perfect vehicle for your needs and budget, with no hard sell – just good honest advice. WavsGB are an RAC APPROVED dealer, all our vehicles are serviced with a 200 point inspection and have a new MOT on delivery. All our vehicles come with a 12 month RAC Warranty and 12 month complementary breakdown cover. We are able to modify vehicles to suit your needs, and can offer home demonstrations of all our vehicles. ⇒ View all WAV’s for sale
Ramp access to both front and rear of apartment Hard floor and flat throughout Two fully tiled wet rooms Wheelchair accessible modern apartment in the seaside town of Swanage. Award winning beach and town just a few minutes push. Swanage is located at the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast, a 95 mile stretch of outstandinggeology in between Dorset and East Devon which is a World Heritage Site. Swanage makes theideal base for your holiday on the Jurassic Coast, the area has a wide range of attractions. ⇒ Wheelchair Holiday Swanage
Available in three models—Essential, Classic, and Foot Propulsion—the Weely is the perfect chair that combines support, positioning, comfort, and stability.These key features, along with its unique mid-wheel design and small turning circle, make the Weely a truly remarkable wheelchair. The Weely also benefits carers with its innovative kerb assistance feature, helping to reduce the risk of injuries caused by manual handling. If you are looking for a cost-effective wheelchair that offers postural support and unsurpassed stability, the Weely Essential is the option for you.
Freewheel Wheelchair Attachment
Fantastic device that easily attaches to the front of your wheelchair. If you have ever experienced the caster wheels ‘digging in’ or making life difficult then the FreeWheel attachment is what you need.Learn more...
Wheelchair Power Attachment
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Wheelchair Users COVID-19 Essential Tips & Advice.
COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways, caused by a virus called coronavirus and is effecting the World. There are several measures in place to combat the spread and government advice on what you should and should not do (we of course recommend you follow this which you can find here). BUT what about if you use a wheelchair, should you think about doing anything different or extra? – below is aimed specifically at wheelchair users with some essential tips and things you may wish to consider… 1) Clean your wheelchair pushrims, QR pins and brakes The number one bullet point on the official UK NHS website is “wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds” so it is clear that clean hands and hygiene is important. However if you use a wheelchair you will constantly be touching your pushrims and brakes – then if you take your wheels off, such as when in and out of the car, the quick release axel pin. So if you clean your hands but not your wheelchair then you are potentially instantly putting germs and bacteria back on your hands. […]
How to lose that killer belly fat
To lose that killer belly fat should be everyone’s aim. This visceral fat really is a killer, and to make it worse, it’s hard to lose. And, unfortunately for wheelchair users, it is even harder to get rid of than for able-bodied people. Is all fat bad? No, all of us have a layer of fat between our skin and our muscles. This fat is called subcutaneous fat and is essential for normal health. This kind of fat helps to keep us warm and also acts as a shock absorber to protect our bodies. When you pinch your skin, this layer of subcutaneous fat feels soft and malleable. This fat also stores excess calories for when we need them. Visceral fat, however, sits much deeper within the body. It develops around the organs found in the belly area, and this fat feels firm to the touch. As well as storing energy, this type of fat also produces and releases hormones. The effect of these hormones on the nearby organs can cause serious health problems. Why must you lose that killer belly fat? Visceral fat can raise your LDL-or “bad Cholesterol” level. It can also increase your blood pressure. Additionally, it […]
Cheerful kids spoke protectors
Being in a wheelchair can be tough, and for kids, it can be especially difficult and challenging at times. So, these cheerful kids spoke protectors are the perfect addition to make wheelchair-using children feel good about the apparatus that they depend on. Not only do these spoke protectors add colour, fun, and character to a wheelchair, they also serve a very important purpose.They prevent small hands and fingers from getting inbetween the spokes and getting damaged. Particularly when learning to push, it is very easy to catch your fingers in the spokes, but these simple protectors effectively prevent that problem, so your child can learn to propel himself with increased confidence and safety. These colourful guards clip easily onto the wheels,rather like hubcaps. They are made of a durable hard plastic which will keep looking good for a long time.They are easy to keep clean with warmwater and then a dry cloth, and they can help to prevent mud and dirt from sticking to the spokes and flicking up under the wheelchair seat. These cheerful kids spoke protectors are available in a range of sizes to suit all needs, and the choice of designs is huge and varied. There are […]