Disability Needs are thrilled to launch the outstanding new paediatric active wheelchair range, HOGGI.
HOGGI offer a fantastic range of active ultra lightweight wheelchairs, Tilt in Space and compact folding chairs. The full range offers a modern, sleek, compact and sporty design with adaptable growth options for both children and teenagers.
From “Cleo” active rigid wheelchair to the ‘Swingbo’ Tilt in space wheelchair. Disability Needs new HOGGI range are the latest and most advanced paediatric mobility solution to reach the Irish market whilst being the most affordable!
The HOGGI range looks like something that we might get if Apple turned their hands to wheelchair design. These super cool products are available in all the colours that you can think of, they would put Disney or Lego to shame.
If your child wants a sparkly blue wheelchair like Cinderella’s ball dress or a luminous yellow and black wheelchair like Batman, your wish is our HOGGI command.
Mark Spottiswoode, Disability Needs Director, explained “When introducing a new product range it is alway an exciting time within the company. HOGGI offers children the opportunity to interactive and zip around with their peers, encouraging social interaction and independence both indoors and outdoors. The outstanding German engineering and quality shines throughout the full product range”
These affordable, creative, versatile and adjustable wheelchairs are custom made to offer maximum freedom and to keep up with the active lifestyles of children and teenagers today. There is no compromise on personalisation, style or safety.
Helping children to use appropriate equipment to help them develop various skills and to enable them to interact with their peers is very important at Disability Needs and we have a full team dedicated to helping you find the right wheelchair for your child or for your patients.
The full new HOGGI range is available for demonstrations, get in touch to keep your team up to date with the latest Paediatric range available on the market. Exclusively available at Disability Needs.
028 90 74 5333