Returning to the Everyday Freedoms of life after shielding
Disabled actress Cara Readle is one of the stars of our new national television campaign. Here, she discusses how her Motability Scheme car helps her with her day to day activities and what she's looking forward to doing now COVID restrictions are easing.
Freddie on finding Everyday Freedom through acting and driving
Many across the UK have everyday freedom because of their Motability Scheme vehicle. In this article, Scheme customer and actress Freddie Stabb shares her story about being a disabled actress, and how she has found everyday freedom.
Finding Everyday Freedom in Chelsea throughout the pandemic
For many, this past year has brought about a love for our local communities. In this article, Scheme customer and Everyday Freedom advert actress Freddie Stabb shares her experience of the pandemic at home in South West London.
Everyday Freedom: Cara Readle, bringing cerebral palsy to the UK’s television screens
In this article we find out more about Cara Readle: Motability Scheme customer, cerebral palsy advocate and one of the stars of our first ever national television advert.
Sarah’s story: “My WAV has made it possible for me to have a full life”
“My WAV has made it possible for me to have a full life”. Sarah has been a Motability Scheme customer for over 13 years; in this article she tells us how her Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) helps her manage her day to day home and family life.
‘I play the same CD over and over again!’
The power of music is undeniable, and often a good playlist in the car can make or break your journey. In this video, we spoke to different Scheme customers to find out what they listen to while driving. What do you like to listen to?
“I would encourage anyone who is eligible to join the Motability Scheme … it will change your life!” Watch our video to discover the difference joining the Scheme has made to former teacher Lynley.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month: ‘The lessons I’ve learned’
To mark National Cerebral Palsy Awareness month, Chloe Tear tells us the most important lessons she has learned while living with Cerebral Palsy.
Lorraine and Alan have been married for over 34 years. Lorraine has Fibromyalgia, so Alan is her carer, as well as a postman. Watch Lorraine explain the positive impact the Scheme has had on both hers, and Alan’s, lives.