With almost 25 years of experience, Whizz-Kidz can help with a broad range of mobility equipment to give disabled children independence at home, at school and at play. But the wheelchair is just the start! We also have young people's services to help develop young people's confidence and independence.

Ayesha’s mum, Jabeen says: ‘Before Whizz-Kidz, Ayesha was a shy, quiet teenage girl who avoided talking to other people. We would hardly go out together apart from scheduled hospital appointments. Looking back I wish I had more help and support during the early stages of Ayesha’s condition.

'After attending her first Ambassador Club at Cardiff in 2010 the impact on Ayesha has been amazing! I wish we'd found Whizz-Kidz earlier. As a parent, being able to meet other parents of disabled kids is definitely helpful. You feel constantly feel welcomed within the Whizz-Kidz community.’ 

Tips about your child's wheelchair

  • Applying to Whizz-Kidz -Whizz-Kidz has transformed the lives of around 18,000 young people since 1990. We have a whole section of our website dedicated to helping you apply to us for equipment.  
  • Looking after your child's mobility equipment -we can advise you on how to look after your mobility equipment, what to do if your child’s wheelchair has a fault or if your child has an accident, as well as some guidance on insurance.
  • Frequently asked questions - if you're thinking of applying to Whizz-Kidz for a wheelchair, buggy or trike, you've probably got lots of questions. We have a whole section of our website with answers to the questions we get asked most often. If you need any more help or advice, please call our team on 0845 052 1231 (this is a local rate number) or email us at kidzservices@whizz-kidz.org.uk.