Get help with mobility needs at Walk on Wheels

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KEEP MOVING: Walk on Wheels proprietor Bob Brookes said he likes helping customers improve their independence.

KEEP MOVING: Walk on Wheels proprietor Bob Brookes said he likes helping customers improve their independence.

Walk on Wheels in Camden stocks an extensive range of mobility aides.

Proprietor Bob Brookes said Walk on Wheels was Australia's largest group of independently owned mobility stores offering the widest selection of mobility and rehabilitation equipment, both for sale and hire.

The shop, which has been in Camden for seven years, is the only one of its kind in the area. Mr Brookes said they offer friendly and helpful service and have the product knowledge needed to ensure customers get the right equipment.

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"I love being part of the community, helping people and providing an important service to our older population," Mr Brookes said.

The range available includes walking sticks, crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, mobility scooters, power chairs, day and nursing chairs, bedding, lifters, bathroom aides, cushions and pressure care equipment. There is also a wide range of accessories.

Walk on Wheels is part of a wide human service group of connected services in the area which means that profits go directly to benefiting vulnerable Australians through better facilities and resources and tackling problems such as social isolation.

Walk on Wheels is at Shop 18, 1-15 Murray Street, Camden. You can phone them on 4655 5130.

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