Disability Aids

Tel: 01228 594806

Our Centre for Independent Living in Carlisle stocks a wide range of daily living aids and equipment, which you can buy, or use a prescription to obtain. We can also deliver and fit equipment for a small charge. You can get help and advice from our trained staff, so that you can make the right purchase (we have “trusted assessor” status).

Disabiliy Aids we stock

Disability aids and wheelchairs for sale from Disability Association Carlisle & Eden's shop, Carlisle.

We have an extensive range of new and used equipment that can help you maintain your independence. Our most popular items are shower stools, trolleys, walkers, wheelchairs and “Kylie” bed pads (washable bed pads).

Continence pads

We can also offer confidential advice, guidance and sign posting on continence issues. We stock “Abena” continence care products, so you can feel reassured that you will get the same products that the NHS continence service provides.

“I took my 93 year old Mother in Law for a wheelchair. I was able to try the wheelchairs out and the staff were able to demonstrate them, which made my life a lot easier. Very friendly & knowledgeable staff and I would certainly recommend to others. I will definitely be back if I need any more equipment. A big bonus is having disabled parking at the rear of the building” Lisa.

We have a large car park with ample disabled parking at the back of our building, which you are welcome to use if you are visiting the shop. We’re based on St Nicholas St, close to Junction 42 of the M6 and a just a stone’s throw from Scotland. Directions

Disability Aids recycling

Refurbished disability aids for sale in our Carlisle shop, Disability Association Carlisle and Eden. We recycle disability aids and equipment.

We refurbish and clean disability aids, so that they can be reused. So far we’ve recycled 10,500 pieces of equipment, which would otherwise go into landfill. Through this project we’ve been able to give disabled people and older people access to affordable disability aids, which can make a huge difference to their quality of life and which might otherwise be unaffordable.

If you have NHS equipment the Cumberland Infirmary now recycles equipment that they have given out. If you have equipment from Carlisle Hospital you can drop it off in the Atrium of the hospital.

If you’d like to recycle some equipment, or find out about our current stock of recycled aids do pop into our shop, or call Phil or Becky on 01228 594806. 

Contact us

Cumbria Centre for Independent Living Tel: 01228 594806

  • Service Manager, Phil Walters: philwaltersdace@aol.com
  • Becky Murray: bmurraydace@aol.com

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