Equipment ranges from easy-grip knives and forks, through walking frames and easy-rise chairs, to remote control curtains and fall alarms.
You can buy most daily living equipment from the high street, catalogues, internet or specialist mobility shops.
Try the askSara self-assessment for detailed advice about equipment to help you in different areas of your life.
Disabled Living can you give expert, free, impartial advice about daily living equipment. You can even try out some of the equipment in their purpose-built showroom and ask for an occupational therapy assessment.
Before buying larger pieces of equipment, especially mobility scooters, we recommend that you get advice, either from Disabled Living or by contacting Adult Social Care.
Living Made Easy has a well-organised catalogue of equipment to browse.
You may be able to improvise your own solutions:
If you are buying your own equipment, look for companies that are members of the British Heathcare Trades Association or have the Community Equipment Dispenser registration.
Adult social care is now provided by Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust