New Hertfordshire Action on Disability range showroom launched at Letchworth Community Care Centre
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A range of living aids for people with disabilities has been launched at a Letchworth care centre.
The Hertfordshire Action on Disability range of walking aids, scooter bags, shower grips and much more is now available at the Community Care Centre in the middle of town, which is run by Goldsbrough Care.
The equipment showroom was formally opened with a joint ribbon-cutting by HAD’s finance and administration director Jon Banerjee and Laura Milewski, a Goldsborough community care advisor.
Goldsborough’s community liaison manager Carol Egan told the Comet afterwards: “It was good. Everything’s picking up now – we’re beginning to become more established and make our mark a little bit.
“Selling the living aids for Hertfordshire Action on Disability will bring more people through the doors.
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“We’ve got great partnerships with them and the Letchworth Heritage Foundation – and we’ve got more in the pipeline too.”
Groups from the Heritage Foundation and other organisations use the training room at the centre in Station Road, which first opened its doors in March.
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The Community Care Centre offers information and advice to care workers, care service users and their families in all aspects of home care.
It is also available to anyone who needs advice on care options or pointing in the right direction of care organisations in the area.
For more see hadnet.org.uk and alliedhealthcare.com.