Over half of people ‘reluctant to use mobility aids currently on the market’

Over half of people ‘reluctant to use mobility aids currently on the market’

Over half of British adults have admitted they would be reluctant to use the current mobility aids available to them should they come to rely on them later in life, due to what others might think, according to a recent survey.

According to the survey of 1,003 British adults, commissioned by RELYNC, a ‘smart mobility scooter’ manufacturer, as many as 57% say they would be concerned about using current models of mobility scooter in day-to- day life, out of fears it could impact on their social status.

One in three British adults admit that they would not use them in their current form due to out of date designs, even if they became reliant on these kinds of devices to get around.

 

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