37 Pleasant Street | New London, NH | 603.526.6368

Mobility Equipment

COA lends out mobility equipment at no cost to any community member in need. You do not need to be a COA member. The equipment must be signed out by completing a brief form and questionnaire (see below). We ask that equipment be returned clean and in good working order within six weeks of the date it was borrowed. If you have any questions or concerns regarding a piece of equipment please call COA at 526-6368.

We do request that you speak with your healthcare provider (physician, nurse, physical therapist, discharge personnel, etc.) about appropriate sizing and use of specific equipment before you come in. WE DO NOT MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS ON SIZE OR USE OF EQUIPMENT.

Mobility equipment offered: (Availability is based on current inventory.)

  • Wheelchairs
  • Transfer chairs
  • Folding walkers
  • Wheeled walkers
  • Crutches
  • Canes
  • Commodes
  • Toilet seat risers
  • Bath seats
  • Shower seats

Additional mobility equipment resources:

Keene Medical Equipment
240 Meriden Rd.
Lebanon, NH 03766

Refurbished Equipment Marketplace
Crotched Mountain ATech Services

57 Regional Drive #7
Concord, NH 03301



Clarke's Hardware
​257 Newport Rd.
​New London, NH 03257

Colonial Pharmacy
82 Newport Road
New London, NH 03257

Donating to COA's Mobility Equipment Program

We invite you to make a donation to the COA's mobility equipment program. We also accept gently used mobility equipment that is in good shape, functional, and has no rust, sharp edges, or missing parts. We ask you please clean anything you donate before bringing it in. In-kind donations are subject to staff approval. We may not accept equipment that needs to be cleaned or repaired. Thank you!!!

Assistive technology device demonstrations, loans and reuse activities are being supplemented by the ATinNH program. Funding for assistive technology device demonstrations, loans and reuse are provided, in part, under grant 2001NHATSG02 from the Administration for Community Living (ACL) through Assistive Technology in New New Hampshire (ATinNH).