We made it into THIIS Magazine

THIIS (The Homecare Industry Information Service) was launched over 15 years ago and provides a resource for manufacturers, suppliers, retailers and professionals working in the homecare, disability, assistive technology and rehabilitation sector.

We are very pleased to see they picked up on our launch and have shared it in their magazine, which, is sent to 1000’s of industry related personnel across the UK.

Find out more about THIIS and read the article HERE.

Disabled Motoring Features the NMR

Disabled Motoring Magazine featured the NMR in their May issue on pg 24. Along with a round up of other exhibitors at Naidex. They focused on the numbers which are quite extraordinary. Don’t think scooter thefts happen? Well, they do and they left over 517 people without their independence, with a theft of over £615,730 worth of equipment. Only 22% were recovered. What’s your independence worth to you? For just £12 a year just £1 a month you can register your vehicle and have peace of mind that if it does go missing there is a much higher chance of it being found and returned. Find out more about Disabled Motoring Magazine HERE and register your vehicle today check out our how to guide first HERE.

We are Open

On the 28th of March 2017, the NMR launched at Naidex at the NEC Birmingham. Chairman of the NFSUK Ray Hodgkinson was on hand to cut the ribbon at the British Healthcare Trades Association stand. We spent the three days chatting to trade and consumers explaining the National Mobility register and how it all started. Steve Perry of the BHTA had a speaker slot at the event and discussed the NMR and shopmobility with his audience showing the website and the shopmobility directory.

The NFSUK team from L to R. Steve Perry, Marketing and communication Manager BHTA, Eddie Peacock NFSUK, Tracey Lloyd Director General BHTA, Ray Hodgkinson MBE Chairman NFSUK, Donna Eade NFSUK
Ray Hodgkinson MBE Chariman of the NFSUK offically opens the register
Steve Perry Marketing and Communications MAnager of the BHTA talks on Shopmobility and the National Mobility Register.