Over the last three decades, The Mobility Aids Centre has had the privilege to work with a range of Great Britons
(PRWEB UK) 24 August 2012
2012 marks a grand anniversary for what started out as a small, local mobility business. For over 30 years now, the team at The Mobility Aids Centre has been enjoying the varied nature of their business and working with a number of interesting clients, all with unique requirements and mobility needs.
From powered wheelchairs, standing frames and semi-recumbent cycles, to stairlifts and products to help with the completion of the more mundane, everyday tasks, The Mobility Aids Centre relish the opportunity to provide equipment that’s perfect for every particular need.
Over the last three decades, The Mobility Aids Centre team has had the privilege to work with a wide range of famous Great Britons, including Professor Stephen Hawking, who’s been a customer for over 25 years. More recently, they’ve been working with Team GB’s Paralympic shooting team to provide them with some standing frames ready for the upcoming Games.
Of course, their requirements were different to those of Professor Hawking, but The Mobility Aids Centre hope that their team has fully met them all the same, and that the Easystand Evolv Glider and the Easystand Strapstand standing frames which the 2012 Paralympic team are currently using during their training program will be put to good use while the athletes are getting ready, aiming and firing their way into history - “Come on Team GB!”
Eminent physicists and elite athletes aside, all equipment provided is always tailored to each client’s requirements – meaning that the most suitable products have been supplied and that they have been correctly fitted around each individual.
It is their 30 years of experience in the mobility and healthcare industry that have enabled Jason, his father and their team to build an established reputation for reliable equipment and sound customer service, enabled through working closely with clients at their assessment centre in Peterborough.
For those looking for more information, be sure to follow The Mobility Aid’s website, which will be featuring the latest updates, including the progress of the Paralympic shooting team.