If you have a mobility problem or a disability, which makes it difficult to get around or to do everyday tasks we may be able help you by providing equipment or adaptations that can make it easier for you to live independently, and more safely, in your own home.
Equipment that can make it easier to manage at home includes:
Changes that can be made to your home include:
If you are unsure of the equipment you require, you can self assess on Smart Assist. This can help you find the equipment you need to live independently at home.
You will need an assessment of your needs to see if you meet our eligibility criteria to receive equipment. For an initial assessment of your needs call us on 0300 200 1005, or complete an online enquiry form.
If you meet our criteria, a member of Surrey staff will contact you to arrange an appointment at your local equipment clinic for an assessment. At the clinic we will complete a full assessment of your needs and arrange for any aids or adaptations you may require to be delivered. If you are unable to attend a clinic, we will complete the assessment in your own home.
Occupational therapists help people who have difficulties with practical everyday tasks and can give you advice on disability equipment or housing adaptations. They work with people who are physically impaired, have a medical condition, mental health need or a learning disability.
You will need to contact your local GP for walking aids such as: