The Mobility Roadshow Special From TGA Mobility


See us at The 2016 Mobility Roadshow:

26-28th May, Silverstone Circuit, Northants 

Looking to maintain or enhance your independence on the right mobility scooter? Then come and talk to us at The Mobility Roadshow – our complete award-winning range of compact to large scooters will be available to see and compare.

There will be lots to see, new products on display and plenty of added value offers. The Mobility Roadshow is open from 10am daily with free admission and ample accessible parking. We look forward to welcoming you to the impressive Silverstone Wing – stand H2-54!
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Win a new StrongBack wheelchair at The Mobility Roadshow!

Silverstone is the perfect place to buy a new TGA scooter however you can also win a new StrongBack wheelchair – completely free courtesy of TGA!

This pioneering wheelchair has a curved backrest for advanced lumbar support – perfect for greater comfort and reduced back pain.

To win, simply register your details on stand H2-54 at the show – good luck!
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Bargains galore at this year’s Roadshow!

If you order certain products on the day, or book a demonstration and buy at a later date, you will qualify for the following amazing discounts: 

  • £300 off a new folding TGA Maximo or any Minimo mobility scooter!
  • Buy any 8mph TGA mobility scooter and get free tyre sealant and 2 years free insurance!
  • £50 off the new TGA Strongback wheelchair!
  • £100 off any TGA Duo Wheelchair Powerpack!

TO QUALIFY: Print this article out and bring a copy to the show.
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NEW Breeze S4 scooter, Strongback Wheelchair & folding Maximo on show!

Come and see three new TGA products debuting at The Mobility Roadshow – offering more independence than ever before!

The Swiss-designed TGA Strongback wheelchair includes award-winning lumbar support for greater comfort and better posture. The folding TGA Maximo is the larger version of the popular Minimo and has been reintroduced with a fully adjustable tiller and more supportive seat. To top that, we’ll have a new-look Breeze S4 on show for the first time in the UK as well – a real show stopper not to be missed!
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Come to The Mobility Roadshow & tell us what you think of the new ‘Whill’ powerchair?

We have been pioneers in mobility product design for over 30 years. Continuing with this impressive heritage we are considering whether to launch a new powerchair – but need your help!
Please come along and tell us what you think of the ‘Whill’ powered wheelchair – your feedback is so important to ensure our products always deliver utmost independence, safety and comfort.
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To book a free home product demonstration or to discuss your needs in more detail: Freephone: 0800 804 4344

Our caring, friendly customer services team are ready to take your call!

Mustang Gait Trainer from R82 UK Helps Beth With Cerebral Palsy Improve Her Walking Position

Frances George, Specialist Physiotherapist, MSc, BSc, HPC, MCSP, talks us through Beth’s case study and her walking progress with the Mustang walking aid.

The Mustang is an anterior/posterior gait trainer that provides proper positioning and support for children while they learn the skills of stepping/walking.

The Mustang is an excellent choice for children with Cerebral Palsy and other developmental delays. It offers flexibility, growth and ease of use while children are learning to walk and adapting to their changing needs.

The Mustang comes in four sizes suitable for children and young people.
For further information please visit, email via or call 0121 561 2222


Only 13 Days to Mobility Roadshow 2016 at Silverstone! Latest News….

Hertfordshire’s Triumphant Disabled Racing Driver Appointed Silvers…

Maxine Nicholls, from Buntingford, a determined disabled racing driver has been appointed as an Ambassador for The 2016 Mobility Roadshow incorporating Get Going Live! (Silverstone Circuit, Northants, 26-28th May).
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New Enhanced Folding Maximo Scooter To Debut At 2016 Silverstone Mo…

TGA Mobility, the UK’s leading mobility scooter specialist, will be unveiling its new look Breeze S4 mobility scooter for the first time in the UK at The Mobility Roadshow (Stand H2-54, Silverstone Circuit, Northants, 26-28th May 2016).
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BAS (NW) Limited Launch Range of Motability Products to UK Vehicle …

BAS (NW) Limited are pleased to announce the Launch of our new range of Motability products to the UK vehicle adaptation market at this year’s Motability Roadshow.
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UK Health Radio Sponsoring Mobility Roadshow 2016

The UK’s premier health radio station, UK Health Radio are delighted be sponsoring and broadcasting interviews from this year’s Mobility Roadshow at the famous Silverstone Circuit.
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Mobility Networks to launch new world-class ‘Flexi’ range of access…

Mobility Networks, the global specialist in solutions for wheelchair accessible vehicles, will be launching several pioneering ‘Flexi’ products at The Mobility Roadshow on stands H3-64, H3-72, H3-87 and H3-89 (26-28th May, Silverstone Circuit, Northants).
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Disabled Motoring UK at the Mobility Roadshow

Disabled Motoring UK is the charity which supports disabled drivers, passengers and Blue Badge holders.
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Genny Mobility Showcase Award Winning Product At Mobility Roadshow …

Following Genny Mobility UK’s success at Naidex 2016, where they won “Best in Show”, they are looking forward to exhibiting at the Mobility Roadshow, Silverstone Circuit 26 – 28th May.
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Win A New ‘Strongback’ Wheelchair And Benefit From Exclusive Offers…

TGA Mobility, the nation’s trusted mobility scooter specialist, is offering exclusive product discounts and a free prize draw to win a new StrongBack wheelchair at The Mobility Roadshow (Silverstone Circuit, Northants, 26-28th May, stand H2-54).
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New Ergonomic ‘Strongback’ Wheelchair From TGA To Debut At Mobility…

TGA, the UK’s favourite mobility product specialist, will be demonstrating its new Swiss-designed ‘StrongBack’ wheelchair alongside its complete award-winning mobility scooter range at The Mobility Roadshow (Silverstone Circuit, Northants, 26-28th May, stand H2-54).
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Why Norma Chose An Abacus Assisted Bath For 31-Year-Old Disabled Daughter Instead of A Wetroom

Thanks to a next generation Abacus bath Norma Beaumont can continue to bathe her 31-year-old daughter who lives with physical and mental disabilities.

Lucy Beaumont, aged 31 is a delightful disabled adult who lives with her mother in Swanley, Kent. Lucy lives with undiagnosed physical and mental disabilities that were probably caused by a developmental brain defect before birth. Lucy is able to tentatively walk with carer support however has limited mobility and cognitive abilities, no speech and requires care 24/7.

During the week Lucy attends the Gravesend Community Day Service Centre which allows her mother, Norma, to work part-time. Apart from these weekday visits Norma cares for her daughter at home which is an uncommon situation bearing in mind Lucy’s age. This is possible by ownership of only one piece of specialist equipment – a power-adjustable assistive bath from Abacus Healthcare.

The variable height bath with integrated platform which Norma uses is the second Pisces she has owned. Her first Pisces provided assured performance for over 20 years. Both Pisces baths have been regarded as ‘life savers’ by Norma. Without them Norma would not have been able to bathe Lucy as manually lifting her has been impossible since she was aged 12. Before each installation Norma was recommended a wetroom by the local council however she rejected this in preference for a bath. Considering what was best for Lucy and day-to-day practicalities, Norma believes bathing is far more therapeutic and rewarding than showering on many levels.

The Beaumont’s new Pisces provides many benefits over and above their previous model including quieter and smoother operation, a roaming hand controller and integrated shower. Read more….

Theraposture Demonstrate How Disabled Children Can Sleep Better With An Affordable Theraposture Care Cot Or Bed At Kidz-to- Adultz-South

Theraposture has been a long-standing supporter of the Kidz events organised by the Disabled Living charity. Kidz-to- Adultz-South is one of a series of exhibitions that provides a free opportunity for healthcare professionals, parents and carers to test and compare the latest products and services for disabled children.

9th June 2016, 9.30am – 4.30pm. Rivermead Leisure Complex, Richfield Avenue, Reading, RG1 8EQ. 9.30am – 4.30pm. Stand 313.

At Kidz-to-Adultz-South we will be demonstrating why our cost- effective Mascot Mark 2 care cot, high-sided Hannah cot and Theracare bed deliver better safety, comfort, value for money and peace of mind for families with disabled children of any age.

Visit stand 313 where Theraposture’s Trusted Assessors will be demonstrating its products and explaining why they represent such good value for money. Theraposture power-adjustable cots and care beds are commonly regarded as market leading solutions that are made to the highest standards. This can sometimes result in a misconception that the best may be expensive and not suitable for recommendation by a Therapist if budgets are limited – this is not the case. Theraposture offers a range of pricing-beating options including special rates for OTs through to outstanding prices for Mascot bed, mattress and padding combined packages, making it possible to buy the best at prices often similar to entry level basic alternatives. Read more….


R82’s Mustang Gait Trainer Is Helping Tommy In The Early Stages Of Walking Development

Tommy, an inquisitive 3-year-old from Immingham, Humberside has recently started using R82’s Mustang gait trainer that allows proper positioning and support for children while they learn the skills of stepping and walking.

Tommy lives with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex which has caused the growth of benign tumours, particularly in his brain and affects movement and abilities. Tommy has high tone in his lower legs and requires a lot of support to facilitate walking and to progress developmentally.

Tommy recently started attending Humberston Park Special School, Grimsby, where Frances George, Specialist Physiotherapist, MSc, BSc, HPC, MCSP has introduced “walking and stepping” focus groups to assess the walking patterns of children with different abilities.

Frances explains: “To encourage a child to walk, it is important to understand the 3 gait phases of a normal walking pattern – the heel strike, stance phase and toe off which happen reciprocally. If a child makes a heel strike with the right foot, then a stance phase will be happening on the left – creating stability and placing the hip and knee in a neutral position. A step forward into toe off extends the hip and knee before allowing the knee to flex and the leg to swing through. This is then followed by the knee extending and the foot dorsi-flexing to create a heel strike. During this process, weight is transferred from the back to the front foot which creates sway or a “lateral shift”. This entire process allows propulsion forwards and is the walking pattern we want to achieve when we place a child in a walker.” Read more……


Age UK Host Conference Regarding Older Drivers at Mobility Roadshow 2016

The Mobility Roadshow, 26-28th May, Silverstone Circuit (Northants) is delighted to announce a free conference regarding older drivers in association with Age UK and The Forum of Mobility Centres – Friday 27th May.


10am, Friday 27th May 2016, The Wing, Silverstone Circuit, Northants. NN12 8TN

Age UK, in conjunction with The Forum of Mobility Centres and Mobility Choice, charity organiser’s of The Mobility Roadshow, would like to invite all consumers, trade representatives and healthcare professionals interested in driving options and future opportunities for older people. A series of informative sessions have been arranged to take place during the day discussing driving challenges and mobility choices.

Visitors may pre-register to attend the conference for the whole day or select one or more sessions of interest. With several guest speakers contributing to each session, attendees will gain vital driving advice and information along with the opportunity to ask questions.

The day will commence at 10am with a welcoming reception in the Silverstone Wing followed by a keynote address from Elizabeth Box, Head of Research RAC Foundation, entitled “Dispelling the Myths about Older Drivers”.

Further contributors will include expert advisors from leading vehicle manufacturers, the Department of Transport, Transport Focus and The General Medical Council as well as organisations from The Forum of Mobility Centres amongst others.

Session 1: 11.00am – Older Driver: More or less satisfied?

Focusing on vehicle and transport issues that can help or hinder the driving experience for older drivers.

Session 2: 11.30am – Car design and technology: What does the future hold for older drivers?

Review changes in technology that can enable older drivers to continue driving safely and for longer, with a focus on vehicle designing for increased comfort and easier accessibility. Plus an interesting discussion on developments in driverless cars – can they really help the older driver?

Session 3: 12.15pm – Making the right choice – what to look for and what to avoid.

With information on achieving pain free driving, the session provides advice on new and existing seating and control adaptations. Plus understanding and testing the options available to the older motorist.

Session 4: 2.30pm – Fitness to drive: The Medical View

Do doctors know enough about the issues? How does fitness affect driving and decision making capabilities for the older driver? Is there enough medical knowledge on this important issue?

Session 5: 3.20pm – When it’s time to stop

The session focuses on helping older people correctly decide when it is time to cease driving and provides alternative options showing why giving up needn’t be the end of the road.

To attend all or part of the conference, register for free at: