Woman with multiple sclerosis enjoying a day out with a Rollz Motion rollator

Mobility aids don’t limit us, they liberate us

I’ve had multiple sclerosis (MS) for 20 years, and for too long I was terrified of the prospect of “ending up” in a wheelchair. MS is a vicious disease, but I’ve learned that mobility aids are not the enemy I once believed them to be.

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Woman dancing with a Rollz Flex rollator in her studio

Dancing with a rollator

Bonnie Groenewout has danced her whole life but when she got ill a few years back she thought she will not be able to practice anymore. But never say never!

Young woman watching flamingos while sitting in a wheelchair with an orange jacket

Disability is ageless

There is a misconception that only old people need mobility support. But nowadays you can also see lots of young people using canes, rollators or wheelchairs.

Lady getting out of a shop with a rollator

Passing through doorways

A simple door can become an obstacle if the one passing through it uses a walker or a wheelchair. The ‘open, pass, close’ steps should be thought about in advance so that you do not get stuck in the process.