Having an established, trustworthy provider of living and mobility aids can make all the difference to your safety and quality of life, says Donna Wilson of Ableworld, based in Lincoln and Newark...
It’s the difference between a poor quality of life, and a good quality of life. Safety, independence, mobility, and nobody knows how much that means than Donna Wilson. The owner of one of Ableworld’s 32 franchises, operating in Lincoln and Newark, Donna has first hand experience of life as a carer in her personal life, looking after her son and brother.
“My own experience was that living aids were expensive and difficult to come by. That’s why I wanted to set up a business which look after customers’ needs no matter what their specific requirements.”
“From smaller or consumable items like continence, feeding, bathing and mobility aids, to larger, more specialised products, Ableworld is able to look after customers of any age with any requirements.”
“We’ve boot scooters from £400 right up to road scooters of about £3,000, plus canopies and accessories, and can provide demonstrations, test drives, servicing and aftersales. We also have a selection of about 100 wheelchair from less than £100 to £479 and 25 different riser/reclines from £500 to try in store, and many more available to order with all different colours and features like heating and massage. We can also sell and lease new and reconditioned stairlifts for any home, with strictly no-obligation home visits available.”
“Ethics are at the heart of what we do, so we always offer free demonstrations and advice, and we’ll never provide a product we don’t think is suitable. We provide home delivery and have ongoing training with leading manufacturers to make sure that the service we offer matches the quality of the products we supply, and the price remains competitive with online retailers.”
“That’s why we make the difference - providing not just products, but peace of minds for families across the region.”