Keep up to date with what’s happening in the mobility industry by checking out our blog. We’re passionate about helping people, and that means knowing what’s current, and sharing that knowledge. Below, you’ll find a roundup of industry news, resources to help you cope with your situation, and the occasional update about what’s new at Shire Mobility.
Buying goods and services online might seem like an attractive proposition, but when it comes to mobility aids, you are always better to use a trusted company with a brick-and-mortar presence.
Earlier this year, British smart mobility scooter manufacturer RELYNC commissioned a survey that offers some worrying results for ageing Brits: over half of them would be “reluctant” to use mobility aids currently available “due to what others might think”.
We thought we would take a little time to show you some of the great products that might not save your life, but are guaranteed to make it a little easier.
In June, the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) got a new boss, Mandie Lavin, an experienced barrister who wants to put care and quality at the heart of the group’s messaging.
Due to this growth we are looking to add a Sales and Support Administrator to join our team.
The National Housing Federation published new research in May that demonstrates a huge, and largely invisible, problem: a Baby Boomer housing crisis.
British Homelifts, a trading name of Britannia Homelifts Ltd, has had some bad press over the last few months. As such, it’s no great surprise that the company is being wound up.
At Shire Mobility, we’re dedicated to helping you be as mobile as possible. That’s why we offer a selection of the best mobility aids...
After 34 years of service, the Mobility Roadshow has come to an end. The event began in 1983, and became something of a regular event on many mobility company calendars. However, as times have changed and the industry has evolved, interest has declined.
Healthcare provider Simplyhealth announced that it was closing up its operations this month, after facing the “almost impossible” task of generating enough turn over to stay in business.
If you are a carer for an elderly or disabled family member, you may be well aware of the toll it can take on your personal life.