News & Updates
News & Updates to the site
01 March, 2018
It's great to see you on DisabledGear.com. This site is FREE to use and you are welcome to sell any equipment suitable for other people with disabilities here.
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Moving and Handling
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14 August, 2014
Rollitex.co.uk is the new home or ROLLITEX Wheelchair Jeans. Offering a HUGE range of wheelchair jeans (& other wheelchair clothes), Winter Lined Jeans and Pushing Gloves. Because they are made in the same factories and use the same fabrics as top brands like Pepe, Diesel & True Religion, you can be assured of the same premium brand quality and choice available to the mainstream.
04 November, 2013
Rollitex.co.uk is now live! ROLLITEX offer a HUGE range of wheelchair jeans (& other wheelchair clothes), Winter Lined Jeans and Pushing Gloves. Because they are made in the same factories and use the same fabrics as top brands like Pepe, Diesel & True Religion, you can be assured of the same premium brand quality and choice available to the mainstream.
18 June, 2013
If you are a seller on DisabledGear.com and wondering why you haven't heard anything there could be a few reasons. First, CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER as non-replies are frustrating for everyone. If that's not the reason then have a look at our User Guide and check to see if your listing might be lacking something...
10 April, 2013
Exciting news for Rollitex Wheelchair Jeans customers: www.Rollitex.co.uk will be launching before the end of June, offering UK customers their entire & extensive range. Until then, we have remaining stock available for sale. Any questions, please ask.
20 January, 2013
The Jumbulance Trust make travel possible for severely disabled and unwell adults and children. With their two purpose-built luxury coaches / ambulances, they offer care and specialist facilities making holidays and travel possible which is sadly lacking by conventional means. They travel throughout the UK and Europe.
19 December, 2012
We know that people are the experts. You create fixes and solutions on a regular basis to boost your independence and make it possible to do things for yourself. You find great but little known products. bespoken is an online community to share this knowledge and experience. Join us, learn from others and share your expertise!
08 October, 2012
The National Careline is a not for profit company offering information about care & support for older people, their carers & their families. Their objective is to signpost to various organisations & support networks that will help create a clearer understanding of the care maze. Their service is free to all users.
24 September, 2012
Designed & manufactured by BIME, the Wizzybug is an exciting, innovative powered wheelchair developed specifically for children under 5. Toddlers love to explore & even those as young as 18 months can operate the Wizzybug's simple controls. The Wizzybug allows kids to zip around with their peers, developing spatial awareness, social interaction & independence.
24 September, 2012
This is a truly unique opportunity for anyone wanting to challenge themselves by traveling between two of the greatest cities in the world across 4 days between the 17th-24th of July 2013, finished off by watching the finally of the last leg of the 100th Tour De France along the Champs Elysees.
11 September, 2012
If you watched the Paralympics and thought you'd like to get out on a handbike but have no idea where to start or what handcycle would be right for you, then fear not! Check out our Guide to Choosing a Handcycle. It also includes plenty of links to great organisations who want to help you.
10 September, 2012
Parents in Wheelchairs is a friendly & practical website. It is the creation of Ali Gibson - a full time wheelchair user - who felt that the support & knowledge wasn't there when she was pregnant and wondering how she would cope with the practicalities after birth. It offers wonderful advice and lots of beautiful photographs and videos.
09 September, 2012
Having found each other by using each others products and services - we're all disabled ourselves (or in Mountain Trike's case, friends of someone with a disability) - we each realised we like the cut of each others jibs. We've all poured so much time and energy into building up our own reputations, that we could see good products and customer service a mile off. So it only seemed natural to join together in a network which offers our customers the benefit of confidence and greater knowledge and ourselves the benefits of friends and support.
01 September, 2012
Classification is a unique element of Paralympic sports, intended to ensure fair competition. As each sport at the Paralympic Games requires different skills and competencies, the impact of impairment on the performance of the athletes varies. That’s why each sport has its own unique classification rules.
22 August, 2012
The build up for the London 2012 Paralympic Games has begun in earnest today with the start of the Paralympic Torch Lighting Events. It's going to be a bigger and better Paralympic Games than ever before! We can't wait!!! Go ParalympicsGB!!
06 August, 2012
Walkabout Foundation is a US and UK based charity that focuses on funding paralysis research and donating wheelchairs to people in need in the developing world. In less than 3 years, we have donated 2,500 all-terrain "RoughRider" chairs. Join in on the fun and be a part of our cause by visiting our site today!
06 August, 2012
KartForce is a charity that provides karting for injured troops. However, as we are successful in encouraging tracks to acquire the hand controls we designed, so all disabled people can enjoy the thrill of karting. Check out our website for full information and list of tracks with our hand controls.
27 July, 2012
Wishing Team GB the best of luck. Looking forward to 17 days of fantastic sporting events. And then onwards to the Paralympics!
26 July, 2012
Sailing is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied sailors and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms. Imagine the thrill of sailing for people who can feel and hear but have no sight, or of sailing a boat at speed even though they can't walk, or of joining in a sport where deafness doesn't matter. Sailability continues to encourage and support people with disabilities to take up the sport and facilitate sites to develop sailing opportunities.