8088_4077Online mobility equipment resource, Help My Mobility have made their videos from this month’s Naidex National event available to embed and share online. The event – held at Birmingham’s NEC between April 30th and May 2nd – was attended by all the leading lights of the mobility equipment industry, and featured many of the products currently taking the market by storm.

Help My Mobility were there, with cameras in tow, filming some of these products in action and interviewing industry figures in an effort to provide a comprehensive overview of the event. The HMM team have now published these videos – to be shared and embedded by whoever wishes – on their homepage (www.help-my-mobility.org).

The HMM team took an in-depth look at the product range offered by Pride Mobility, including their scooters and powerchairs, as well as gaining some valuable buying tips.









Next, the team filmed demonstrations of the ingenious AAT StairClimber and the expertly engineered portable Luggie scooter. The antithesis of the Luggie, the HMM team also filmed a demonstration of Horizon’s heavy duty Mayan AC scooter.





The HMM team followed this with demonstrations of Minivator’s range of lifts, TGA’s award winning Breeze 4 mobility scooter and Theraposture’s adjustable bed range.





A meeting with Stannah Stairlifts MD Patrick Stannah was next on the agenda, followed by a look at some of their products and their new augmented reality app.





HMM’s Paul Craven were also able to secure exclusive interviews with members of the Pos’Ability Magazine and BHTA teams, gaining valuable insight into different aspects of the mobility equipment industry.




For Paul Craven, the HMM team’s presenter, attending Naidex National was an amazing experience;

“It was great to meet some of the industry figures that we publish content about on a daily basis, face to face,” he said.

“Events like this really bring home just how much time, thought and capital is invested into solving mobility problems, and generally improving the quality of life thousands of people in the UK. It’s amazing.”

The videos will remain on the Help My Mobility site for the foreseeable future. Viewers are free to share and embed the content as they see fit.