Small Equipment Aids

loan equipment 2It's our pleasure to supply Small Equipment Aids free of charge for residents of Newcastle upon Tyne, who suffer from physical impairment and live on lower income.  Any donations are always gratefully accepted and appreciated.

We hope this service helps people to remain independent in their home for as long as they wish and it is safe for them to do so.  You can view some Small Equipment Aids here.

jarkeyAccess to this service

Occupational Therapists, Doctors, Health Visitors and Social Workers can request small equipment aids on behalf of their client.  These professionals normally carry out an assessment and we rely on their expertise when we supply items. Each request is based on the individuals needs.  A designated professional, relative, carer or friend can collect small aids from our office during the open hours.

We are only able to provide items, which are withinstocking sock aid our budget and can be obtained from our supplier. Types of small equipment aids we supply include small household and personal aids.

We are pleased to offer the use of a wheelchair at no charge. The length of loan will be agreed dependant on the need. Donations are gratefully accepted for this service.

We also have a small number of Walking Trolleys and Perching Stools for short time loan or sale.

You can view some Small Equipment Aids here.

We can only provide this very unique service, through the support of several Trusts and Foundations and of course, your generous donations.

For further information please contact us by telephone, in person or by email. PayPal — The safer, easier way to pay online.

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