Welcome to the Disability Equipment Service
A national website dedicated to the buying and selling of new and used disability equipment.
- Quickly search for equipment using the keyword search below or view all items
- Sell or donate your equipment as a guest - no need to register
- Register as a Regular Lister - suited to individuals and organisations who want to list multiple items
- Post a Wanted listing if you can’t find what you’re looking for
Donate your equipment to help support an assistance dog charity.
We are now raising funds for Support Dogs, a charity that provide, train and support assistance dog partnerships for people with autism, epilepsy and physical disabilities. We are thrilled that we have already raised our initial target of £2000 and are supporting a partnership involving Fudge, a Disability Assistance Dog. We are continuing to raise funds for Support Dogs and aim to raise another £2000 to support a second partnership.
Previously, we have been proud to raise £10,000 for Guide Dogs, supporting 2 guide dog puppies throughout the first year of their lives.
More about these dogs can be found on our Facebook page
Donations help to support this website and raise vital funds for assistance dog charities
We’re Dave & Vicky, friends and business partners and we’ve been running the DES service for over 5 years now in our spare time and around other family commitments. It is only through monetary donations and donations of disability equipment that we are able to keep this website free for people to use.
Any equipment we receive is cleaned and resold with proceeds covering our ongoing running costs and with 25% of these held until we’ve reached our next charitable target. Please contact us if you would like to donate your disability equipment and help keep this website running as well as raise valuable funds for Support Dogs.
If you have used and benefited from our service and would like to make a financial contribution as a ‘Thank You’, details of how to do this are on our Support Us page.
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Exciting group holidays for sighted and blind travellers.
Traveleyes have 14 years experience in exciting group holidays for sighed and visually impaired travellers. Traveleyes offer over 60 destinations a year to choose from including UK breaks, European city breaks and off the beaten track adventures, there is something for everyone. Traveleyes guarantee one to one guiding for all visually impaired travellers at no extra cost and include sensory experiences in everything they do. To find out more visit https://traveleyes-international.com/
See Clear Products
Control your household temperature.
See Clear visual aid thermostat stickers are designed to make controlling the temperature of heating easy. Compatible with heating and cooling systems.
The stickers have been designed with the elderly, partially sighted and blind in mind; in fact they are ideal for enabling easy temperature control for all users. The differing temperature zones can be clearly identified through the use of four colour zones each of which has embossed increasing bars which can be easily felt for by the user. Also included is an embossed, triangular indication marker to allow the user to independently adjust the thermostat to the desired temperature through both sight and touch.
See Clear visual aids are easy to apply. They come with an adhesive back, and once the protective backing is removed, can be applied directly to the dial of the thermostat.
There are a range of thermostats installed within homes across the UK. With this in mind, we have used the same clear and simple concept and adapted it to ensure that our stickers are compatible with a range of thermostats.
We are a local charity. We hire out scooters, wheelchairs and rollators for our customers to go shopping and we also sell disability aids.
The Littlehampton Shopmobility shop is situated in the Bradbury Centre, a short distance from the main shopping centre and south of the public St Martin's car park. We have some limited car parking spaces at the front of our shop that can be used by people who have difficulty in walking.
Our opening times are
Monday = 10am – 4pm
Tuesday = 10am – 4pm
Wednesday = 10am – 4pm
Thursday = 10am – 4pm
Friday = 10am – 4pm
Saturday = 10am – 1pm
Sunday = Closed
We offer a Scooter, Wheelchair and Rollator rental service enabling people to complete their shopping around the town independently. The scooter and wheelchair hire is from £5.00 per half day. In order to rent one of our items you will need to become a member. The annual membership (photo ID required to join) is £7.00 per annum for Littlehampton only and £10.00 joint membership with Bognor Regis Shopmobility. We also provide a longer term rental service for people who may need a wheelchair for a short period or scooter whilst their one is being repaired. Please read more on our website or contact us for further information.
We stock a range of disability aids and equipment, from daily living aids through to the larger mobility aids. We also can advise on products to suit your exact needs.
In conjunction with Sussex Police, we offer a Scooter Registration service. You can register online or by 'phone - 01933 229644 or online www.nmruk.org. This service records the details and puts a couple of stickers on your scooter to indicate that it’s a registered scooter. Sadly scooters do get stolen from outside shops or from people’s homes but thieves are less willing to steal a scooter that is registered as it can be traced.
Our ‘Pit Stop’ service is also very popular. For just £7, we’ll clean, check tyres and carry out small repairs on your scooter or wheelchair. For more information please contact us.
If you live in Littlehampton, recently moved to the area or just visiting, please visit our shop and support our charity.
Guided activities for the visually impaired.
Sense Adventures offers guided walks and activities in the Malvern Hills countryside for mixed groups of the blind and sighted.