The Scooter for Life is designed to be a practical, safe and intuitive way to help seniors maintain independence through greater mobility. Two large wheels in the front and one small wheel in the back provide stability. The scooter only moves when the user releases the brakes, making it more stable. A large front basket is convenient for shopping. Optional electric power allows users to switch modes when powering it by foot becomes strenuous. A "take me home" function helps those with mild forms of dementia to return home safely.
Designed by: Paul Priestman, Dan Window and Mike Lambourn of PriestmanGoode for The Design Museum in London