Mobility Equipment for Elderly

Discover freedom and independence with Move Mobility's extensive collection of mobility equipment, specifically catered to the needs of the elderly.

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Move Mobility, as a proud DVA and NDIS approved provider, is committed to enhancing the daily lives of the elderly with a comprehensive range of mobility equipment designed to support independence and improve quality of life.

Explore our wide range of mobility equipment that will help you maintain your freedom.


Walkers are essential mobility aids providing stability and support for elderly individuals with balance or strength issues. Our range includes both standard and rollator walkers, featuring durable construction, easy maneuverability, and customizable options like baskets and seat attachments for added convenience.


Our selection of wheelchairs caters to varying mobility needs. From lightweight, foldable models for occasional use to more robust designs for daily mobility, each wheelchair ensures comfort, safety, and independence.


Comfort and support are paramount for prolonged sitting. Our range of chair cushions includes ergonomic designs that relieve pressure and prevent sores, enhancing the comfort of wheelchairs and day chairs.

Power Wheelchairs

For those with disabilities requiring more mobility assistance, our power wheelchairs offer independence with minimal physical effort. Featuring intuitive controls, adjustable settings, and reliable battery life, they are ideal for everyday use.

Walking Sticks

Walking sticks provide additional support and balance for those with mild mobility issues. Our range includes various styles and materials to suit customers' individual preferences and needs, ensuring both functionality and style.


Mobility scooters are perfect for elderly individuals looking to engage and maintain an active lifestyle. With models ranging from compact to heavy-duty, they offer freedom for longer distances and outdoor activities.

Power Assist Chairs

Power assist chairs are designed to help the elderly easily transition from sitting to standing. These chairs reduce strain on joints and muscles, aiding those with limited mobility or recovering from surgery.

We also have an extensive range of products that can help the person you're caring for, including walking frames, electric wheelchairs, living aids, dressing aids, independent living aids, kitchen aids, reaching aids, personal care, hospital beds, cutlery, gripping aids, eating aids, and much more.

Common Conditions Impacting Mobility in the Elderly:


Arthritis, a common condition in the elderly, primarily affects the joints, causing pain, swelling, and stiffness. This can significantly limit mobility, making everyday activities like walking, gripping, or bending challenging. Osteoarthritis, the most prevalent type, often affects the knees, hips, and hands, leading to difficulty in movement and necessitating the use of mobility aids like walking sticks or frames for support and pain relief.


Osteoporosis, characterised by weakened bones, poses a significant risk of fractures, especially in the hip, spine, and wrist. This condition can lead to a reduced range of motion, fear of falling, and a consequent decrease in physical activity. The fragility of bones in osteoporosis necessitates careful handling and the use of mobility aids to minimize the risk of falls and support safe movement.


A stroke can result in varying degrees of physical impairment and disability, often affecting one side of the body. Common mobility challenges post-stroke include muscle weakness, paralysis, and balance issues. These impairments can lead to difficulties in walking, grasping objects, or performing daily tasks independently, often requiring the use of mobility aids like wheelchairs, walkers, and specially designed therapy equipment for rehabilitation.

Parkinson’s Disease:

Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive neurological disorder that primarily affects motor function. Symptoms include tremors, rigidity, slowed movement (bradykinesia), and balance difficulties. These symptoms can severely hinder everyday mobility, making tasks like walking, turning, and maintaining balance challenging. Mobility aids, along with targeted therapy, can assist in improving movement and providing stability.

General Age-Related Weakness:

General age-related weakness encompasses a decline in muscle mass and strength, flexibility, and endurance. This natural ageing process can affect mobility, making movements slower and more effortful, and increasing the risk of falls. Elderly individuals may find it harder to stand up from a seated position, climb stairs, or carry out routine activities without fatigue. Appropriate mobility aids and regular physical activity are essential in managing these changes and maintaining independence.

Caring for Elderly with Mobility Issues

Caring for the elderly with mobility issues involves understanding their limitations and providing the right support. It's crucial to ensure safety in the home environment, facilitate easy access to mobility aids, and encourage regular movement to maintain muscle strength and joint flexibility.

Key Considerations for Carers:

- Ensure the home is free of tripping hazards.

- Regularly review and adjust mobility aids as needed.

- Be patient and empathetic to people and their frustrations and challenges.

- Keep track of their medical appointments and therapy sessions.

Shop with Move Mobility:

Move Mobility offers both in-store and online shopping experiences. Visit our showrooms in Logan and Robina to see our products first-hand or browse our extensive online catalogue. With Australia-wide delivery, we make it easy to access high-quality mobility equipment for the elderly. Our dedicated team is ready to assist you in finding the perfect solution to meet the unique needs of your loved ones or clients, ensuring comfort, safety, and greater independence. Shop now and experience the Move Mobility difference.

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