Welcome to My Mobility

Welcome to My Mobility, a website dedicated to all things mobility and disability.

Here at My Mobility, our mission is to offer support for those whose lives are affected by disability and give disabled people a voice. Whether you have a physical impairment, learning disability or any other condition, care for someone who has one, or simple want to find out more on any facet of disabled living, our website provides insightful viewpoints on every aspect of disability.

We are not an advisement service, but rather aim to bring our website visitors personal viewpoints and feedback from people living with disabilities on every aspect of disability from mobility equipment, and finding the correct item for your specific needs, to support and grants available, plus much more – all on one easy to access website!

My Mobility work with the disabled community to bring our readers personal stories and insightful, practical articles on a wide range of issues regarding and relating to disability – helping you to make informed decisions on disabled living.

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Performance and style  RGK Hi Lite Titanium Wheelchair
Performance and style RGK Hi Lite Titanium Wheelchair

RGK’s Hi Lite is a completely bespoke ultra-light weight titanium manual wheelchair which is tailored to your unique requirements, offering exceptional energy efficiency with eye catching design. Key Features include a height adjustable footrest, adjustable centre of gravity and it comes with a whole range of options including colour options and smartdrive

Performance and style  RGK Hi Lite Titanium Wheelchair

Whether you have a long-term physical impairment, have only recently become disabled or have any other condition, every person’s experience of disability is unique. At My Mobility we know finding the right support and advice for your specific questions can be difficult. That’s why we have pulled together feedback from those affected by disabilities, covering a range of topics relating to living with a disability from finances and support with extra costs to independent living and housing, as well as working with a disability, driving and assistive technology, plus much more.


NAIDEX 25th and 26th April 2018 Innovations for the future of the independent living industry The Big Event - 6th and 7th July 2018 The UK’s largest display of vehicles for disabled people


If you have a long-term disability or have recently become disabled, insurance can be essential to cover both yourself and your family. Whether you are looking for health insurance, critical illness cover, an income protection policy, travel insurance or something more specialised, our insightful viewpoints can help you find the best policy to meet your needs, at a fair price.


Living with a disability can be very challenging, especially when it comes to adjusting to the financial pressures. The good news is there are various grants available to provide financial help, whether you are someone living with a disability or a parent, guardian or foster parent. At My Mobility, we offer information designed to ensure you can get the support you require.

Will universities see my disability as a weak link?

Will universities see my disability as a weak link?

You should tell the university about your disability as they will be able to offer the correct support.

2018 wheelchair tennis

2018 wheelchair tennis

The 2018 Wimbledon tennis championships are being held from the 12th of July to the 15th of July.

Philip Hammond’s remarks about disabled workers

Philip Hammond’s remarks about disabled workers

The Disability charity Scope has called on Philip Hammond to take back his “totally unacceptable and derogatory comments” after Hammond said that Britain’s sluggish productivity could partly be blamed on more disabled people in the workforce.