The growing popularity of mobility shops

It used to be that having a disability, or getting to that stage where you needed a bit of extra help with everyday tasks, was something to be embarrassed of. Wheelchairs were scary looking contraptions that evoked feelings of pity in those passing by. A stair lift was something that almost bordered on ridiculous, or reminded us of Phoenix nights. And all those other aids just reminded us of care homes and made us feel generally uncomfortable.

Shops and websites that sell mobility equipment no longer look clinical or border on evoking feelings of depression. Instead they are designed to make the consumer, or those shopping for them excited at the variety and choice of products available. There is so much more choice on offer as well as there are now several companies that make and produce it, allowing for good prices and quality competition.

It’s not just for walking, bathing, or using the toilet. Mobility stores carry a huge range of equipment for a whole range of challenges people face. There is even a tool that helps women put a bra on one handed as well as gardening tools that allow people to keep up with their hobby, and special blow dryers and combs for people to do their hair with.

For any physical challenge out there, something can be found to make life easier. It’s amazing all the everyday tasks that require two hands, and all the tools designed to get around this for people who only have the use of one hand. Things like cutting boards, bottle openers, and tin openers.

Even if you are not disabled, or just have a few minor strains that make simple tasks more of a struggle, you may be able to find something very useful from a mobility shop. The target market for mobility equipment is expanding to include more and more people, making life easier for people who would never have realized such products were out there.

For advice and support if you are looking for Stair Lift contact the experts at the Multicare.co.uk website.

Nokia Lumia 710 4G with Windows Phone

Lumia is the Nokia 710 in the wings. The favorable variant of the Nokia 800 Lumia is now available on T-Mobile. Lumia The 710 is the stripped down version of its predecessor and has a camera with only 5 megapixels. For the same processor comes with 1.4 GHz clock rate used. The battery performance is, however screwed down and, with his seven hours of talk time approximately 6 hours less than the previous model. The 3.7-inch touch display has 800 x 480 pixels. The operating system is Windows Mobile 7 comes back in version 7.5 In order to use mango. The Nokia device is designed primarily for the use of social networks and provides up to 14.4 Mbit / s download speed. The internal memory of 8 GB can not expand. The 710 is priced Lumia probably settle in the middle segment.

Also over the successor to the 800 Lumia, Lumia, the 900 is already speculation. Rumored to be equipped with a 4.3 inch screen and support high-speed data transmission standard LTE. 4G will also be on board. Maybe a 1.4 GHz processor operates inside the smartphone. The Lumia 900 supposedly already with the Windows Mobile version of Tango to be equipped, which is yet to even find on any other smartphone.

When you’re away from your PC, you can still find things on the Nokia Lumia 710. It’s got familiar names like Internet Explorer® 9 Mobile and Bing® to help you experience sites like they’d appear on your PC. Or you can see them in mobile versions, that look great on this Windows Phone. It’s like taking your PC on the go and it’s 4G-fast on our advanced network.