Care-ability have developed a new smart label for their range of manufactured patient lifting slings. The label is a woven design which will replace the printed version currently used. The advantage of the woven label is that it will be more serviceable when it comes to the laundry of the sling. Sometimes printed labels do fade due the harsh laundry processes that slings are subjected to. The new label has all the legal information including a woven sequential serial number which is a requirement of BS EN 10535. In addition the label also has a Q.R. code that can be scanned by a smart phone or tablet which will then take you to an instructional video on how to apply the sling. The new labels will add extra value to our products and can be provided with your own company logo and details.
The Percy Hedley foundation received another donation today with new Invacare wheelchairs for use in the Academy. A big thank you to Invacare for their assistance.
Care-ability Healthcare and Invacare donated a new Invacare birdie compact folding hoist to The Percy Hedley Foundation today to assist with their fund raising due to their recent bad luck and loss of equipment. Pictured is David Tilly and Adam Parry Academy Manager.
Care-ability Healthcare assisted today in raising funds for the Percy Hedley Foundation after recent bad luck. The Sports Academy recently had their vehicle stolen along with its contents which was specialist wheelchairs costing around £6,000 each. The charity’s football team, Northern Thunder, had been staying at The Village Hotel in Nottingham after playing their final match of the season and winning the league. Pictured is Adam Parry Academy Manager receiving his cheque from David Tilly with Mark Willcock and Kathryn Easson in attendance.