Toni Naera
Mobility

Make 2018 the year you enjoy better mobility

17 January 2018 – Now is the time to assess your mobility needs so you can make the most of the fine weather and enjoy getting out with family and friends, says Toni Naera. She works with people who face disability and mobility issues in her role at Life Unlimited Store. In the Waikato 25 percent of […]

Disability Information, Mobility

Moving Under Own Steam

For the last nine years Vanessa Edwards has struggled to walk long distances, reports Bethany Rolston of the Te Awamutu Courier. 21 November 2017 –  Te Awamutu woman Vanessa Edwards has Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, a disease of the central nervous system that affects movement, sensation and body functions. Read more…    

Mobility

Get scooter-ready for summer

31 October 2017 As the weather warms up, you’ll want to get out and about in the sunshine to make the most of your mobility scooter purchase. Your scooter should provide you with years of trouble-free travel if you give it a little TLC. Take a look at our regular maintenance checklist. Top tips for keeping […]

Daily Living, Mobility

Supporting mobility and independence

12 September 2017 – If declining mobility is affecting your independence, talk to the team in store and let them help you find the right equipment for your needs. We have an extensive range of mobility aids, whether you need a little extra assistance for those days you’re feeling fatigue, or whether you need ongoing […]

News

Winning couple ‘pay it forward’

4 September 2017 – Life Unlimited Store customers who purchased a Neo Mobility product in May and June went in the draw to win one of three prizes of $1000, $500 and $250. Meet first-prize winners Stephen and Gillian King. When Stephen and Gillian King purchased a Neo Challenger power wheelchair from Life Unlimited Store […]

Daily Living

The Uccello kettle: pouring, made easy

  30 June 2017 – The Uccello kettle provides safe delivery of hot water every time to provide greater confidence for those living independently. That makes the Uccello ideal for people living with conditions like Parkinson’s, arthritis, multiple sclerosis or limited mobility and strength in the arms and shoulders. The Uccello is an all-in-one appliance. The […]

Mobility

The Nip Glide walker: Live with style

30 June 2017 – The Nip Glide is a sleek walker that transforms into a functional and comfortable seat to provide exceptional mobility support so you can walk safely and sit comfortably – with grace and style. The Nip Glide has been designed to enhance your lifestyle so you can enjoy greater freedom and independence. […]

Health and Safety, Mobility

Living well with multiple sclerosis

29 May 2017 – Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disorder of the central nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. Some common symptoms of MS include fatigue, visual impairment, spasticity – or muscle stiffness – and difficulties swallowing. These symptoms can make completing everyday tasks challenging. Equipment to assist with things […]

Disability News, Mobility

Life on the road

29 May 2017 – Keep an eye out for the new Life Unlimited Store vans hitting the roads around Hamilton, Tauranga and Rotorua. General Manager Enterprise, William Hughes, says the distinctive new vans will enable Life Unlimited Store, part of Life Unlimited Charitable Trust, to take information and equipment services out into the community. “We […]

Special Occasions

Brighten Mum’s Day

Visit Life Unlimited Store and pick up a gift that’s sure to brighten Mum’s day. Check out our great range of gift ideas for mum that are all designed to improve comfort and support independent living – and they look great too. Wheat bag $25 Soothe aches and pains and reduce tension around the neck and […]

Health and Safety

Living well with respiratory conditions

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for a range of respiratory conditions including emphysema, chronic asthma and bronchitis. Symptoms include coughing, wheezing, breathlessness and fatigue while carrying out normal, everyday activities. These symptoms can fluctuate in severity depending on the weather or time of day. Mobility support and assistive equipment that make […]