There are lots of examples of equipment that you could use around your home to help you with day-to-day tasks.
If you are struggling to do something there may be a piece of equipment that could make life easier for you, helping you to remain in control of your own life.
Browse and buy products and equipment to help in the kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom.
Independent Living Shop and Showroom
The Independent Living Shop and Showroom in the Link Centre has displays of equipment set out across a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom.
Guide to choosing equipment
AskSARA is an online self-help guide that is useful if you are not sure what items might help you.
Buy mobility aids
Ross Care shops sell wheelchairs, scooters, bathing aids and more.
Request an assessment by the Occupational Therapy team
Contact the Community Occupational Therapy Team to carry out an assessment to get a clearer picture of the difficulties that you are having (e.g. bathing, climbing stairs, or transferring from a chair to a bed) and advise you about eligibility, and tell you about other services that may be available.
You will be advised if you need to bring any information to your assessment.
An appointment is made for you between Monday and Friday, 9.00am – 4.00pm.
The assessment is at the Link Centre at 140 Union Street - but home assessments are possible for exceptional circumstances.
Due to the high demand for this service there may be a delay before an assessment can be made.
You can also make a referral by completing our online form: