Technology is continually advancing, sometimes this can be hard to appreciate in mobility. However a new innovative process has been created to help home-owners visualise a new stair lift in their home. The process uses “Augmented Reality” to visualise a stairlift in the home. It can be easy to forget that for some having a stairlift installed […]
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TPG DisableAids is one of the first companies in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence by Stannah. A scheme organised by Stannah to ensure that engineers follow the excellence quality standards set by themselves. Not all companies meet the requirements, however we are committed to ensuring exceptional service and that your stairlift […]
Like any other vehicle, mobility scooters need care and maintenance. One of the most important things you can do to ensure your mobility scooter is running effectively is to care for your batteries! The life of your batteries can vary enormously. A battery will have a pre-ordained cycle life but this will be affected by a number […]
Refreshing our engineers knowledge to ensure they’re always working at their best; John, Pete and Craig have excelled in the Joerns continuation and refresher training. This training is designed by the manufacturer to refresh their knowledge to service and maintain the Oxford range of patient lifters and hoists to manufacturers & LOLER standard. We also stock a range […]
Figures presented at a Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) conference showed those with dementia were six times more likely to be dehydrated. Shockingly a quarter of those living in their homes without a carer did not get enough to drink. This is the exact problem that the Hydrant Drinking Aid, aims to solve. Where people are bed […]
Advising, supplying and caring for stairlifts has always been one of TPG’s specialities. However sometimes a stairlift is not the correct fit for the customer often for the following reasons; as they’re not able to purchase one, they’re not at the stage where they need the full support of a stairlift yet or for cosmetic reasons. […]
Tim Kidson recently visited us at TPG to talk to our Managing Director, Alistair Gibbs about how mobility aids can help you live a fulfilling life, how individual problems can now be better tailored to the user, how TPG can provide exceptional service and a look forward to where the mobility industry is going.
At TPG we regularly work with those in extenuating circumstances, we believe it’s important do our bit where possible to give back to the community and help where we can for those less able. On Thursday (17th December) we hosted a Christmas jumper day in aid of Winston’s Wish, staff wore Christmas themed jumpers and made a […]
Ill health and death rates increase in the older population in cold weather and research indicates that it is exposure to cold, rather than dampness or lack of daylight which has such a devastating effect on the health of older people in winter. An innovative product has made a considerable effort to solve the problem […]
At TPG we believe it’s vital to bring in new talent to the company, as part of our expanding engineering team 2 recent additions; Will and Matt, have achieved and passed the Guldmann & Joerns training meaning they’re now fully capable and have been authorised by the manufacturers to service and maintain the Oxford range […]