Banana boards help you transfer from a wheelchair to another thing, e.g. chair, bed, car, shower and reduce the risk of falling. It is a hard yellow curved piece of plastic which fits just under…

A portable grabrail can help you get about your bed, turnover, sit up and generally give you something to grab onto/push off when you need it. You can generally get one from the council's…

You don't have to limit yourself to grey NHS standard issue crutches. There's plenty of stylish and ergonomic ones around. Check these out: 

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Use your teeth! They are an underused part of the body and are as good as an extra limb (Oh, and smile more!).

This is small and inconspicuous orthotic strap which goes around the ankle with a small attachment to the laces of the shoe (works best with trainers) to prevent foot drop. It prevents the toes…

A FES is a device to overcome footdrop consisting of too small sticky pads which attach to your lower leg and a small battery pack, kept in your pocket. It mimics the nerve impulses from the brain…

These can be installed around the house to enable gripping, holding and otherwise hanging on to when you lose balance. You can get designer ones too. 

If your legs can't make it up the front or back step, or into a campervan or similar, get yourself a half step. 

If your legs can't make it up the front or back step, or into a campervan or similar, get yourself a half step.