Disability equipment providers

Action for Kids provides disabled children and young people up to the age of 26 with specialist mobility equipment. Equipment is provided on a permanent loan scheme.

Children Today provides specialist mobility equipment and services for children and young people with disabilities in the UK.

Caudwell Children  provides equipment, treatment and therapies for children with disabilities and their families.

The Elifar Foundation  provide grants for a variety of items including electronic wheelchairs, specialised seating, eating aids, special beds and trikes, hoists, communication devices and sensory equipment.

Fledglings – part of the charity Contact, Fledglings is a non-profit shop selling adaptive clothing and shoes, bedding, swimwear, sensory toys and aids

Lifeline 4 Kids  provides specialist equipment to children with disabilities including electric wheelchairs, mobility aids, specialised computers and sensory toys.

MERU designs and makes custom made disability products for children and young people with disabilities.  They also have an equipment loan service.

Mobility Trust provides powered wheelchairs to individuals of any age who cannot obtain one through statutory or other charitable means, with insurance, maintenance and servicing free of charge for the first two years.

Mobiloo the world’s first attended mobile toilet service with hoist and changing benches, set-up at venues and events across the country. An events calendar list all the events where a mobiloo is present.

Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children provides a non-means tested equipment grant service.  Equipment, installation, training and maintenance is provided by the charity.

Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children - Just can't wait service  provides a priority equipment loan service to help children with a terminal illness towards end of life.  Referral is via a health professional.

React - Equipment can range from specialist mobility equipment, domestic equipment, beds, baths, mobility aids, to washing machines and tumble dryers.

Special Needs Kids - their Equipment Guide provides information on specialist furniture, seating, wheelchairs, beds, lifting aids, home fixtures and adaptations.

Variety - the Children's Charity provides wheelchairs and other mobility equipment. "On average they fund a wheelchair every six days for a child in the UK."

Well Child Helping Hands Service offers practical support to families through one-off home improvement projects, such as a garden or bedroom makeover.

Whizz Kidz provides disabled children with a range of mobility equipment. They have a growing network of local clubs providing wheelchair skills training and life skills training.

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