If you struggle with a disability or care for a loved one who does then it’s important to know there is so many helpful gadgets you can get for the home to help make your life that little bit easier. These disability aids also ensure that you or your loved one doesn’t lose that independence they have. Here are some excellent products for your kitchen:

The 6 in 1 Multi Opener
This handy gadget can open six different seals and lids, it can open hard to grasp hold of safety seals, ring pulls on cans, metal bottle caps as well as helping you open those stubborn jar lids. It also has an enclosed blade which is idea for getting into sealed bags.

Cordless Kettle Tipper
This kettle tipper will fit most cordless kettles and is ideal for people who perhaps suffer from tremors or shakes. It has Velcro straps to keep the kettle in place and a back stop to prevent spillages if it’s accidentally dropped while you’re pouring.

Help with Food Preparation
We have the Etac Food Preparation System which is ideal for people who have trouble gripping or perhaps don’t have the use of both hands. Using the clamp you can fix tins and bowls in place while you prepare your food or you could use it while you’re cutting up foods such as cucumbers and carrots, etc. It also has spikes to keep things like potatoes still while you’re peeling them. The system also has non slip feet on every corner to stop the board from moving.

We also have the Kitchen Workstation which is a multi-functional food preparation unit which can help make everyday kitchen tasks much easier. It has a removable grater and slicer and a very convenient L shaped corner which is ideal for holding bread in place while you’re making a sandwich. Like the Etac food preparation system it also has a clamp and spikes to hold food in place.

Be sure to browse our website for all the products we have on offer and if you would like any more information or if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just get in touch and we’ll provide you with all the advice you may need.

Amanda Harold

Amanda Harrold

Company Secretary and Director of TPG DisableAids

Less formally known as Mandy and sister to Alastair, joined the family business in 1992. 

Having worked as a Veterinary Laboratory technician and PA to a top specialising Vet then started work part-time for the family business initially whilst looking after the first of her two daughters. 

From humble beginnings at that time with no computer systems in place, Mandy now oversee the company accounts and leads the office admin and installation teams.

“Let our Family Help Your Family”.

We aim to keep you informed throughout your journey with TPG DisableAids,   and to make your experience as stress-free as possible.


Alex Browne

Alex Browne is the Service Operations Manager

Alex says “I have the privilege of working with the talented 30+ engineer & support team. I thoroughly enjoy being part of the TPG team. We always aim to put the customer 1st despite every day presenting very different challenges that we have to plan and respond to. We regularly enable our customers to improve their lives, which is incredibly rewarding.”

As TPG is a large successful family business we have the opportunity to learn, develop & grow as individuals. Alex has applied and learnt many operational & strategic principles since joining in 2013. He is currently learning the management, review and auditing principles behind ISO9001. He has helped the business achieve recertification in 2020.

Alex also has 20+ years of leadership experience in large box DIY & electrical retailers with teams of up to 150 staff including many Store Manager, Deputy Manager, Operational & Sales management roles.

Alex recent personal development includes IOSH, Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, 2x Level 5 ILM Leadership and Management qualifications, CITB Senior Managers Role for Health etc

Alastair Gibbs

Alastair Gibbs is Managing Director of TPG DisableAids Ltd.

Having joined the company from British Telecom full time in 1990 when the business was just Mum, Dad and Alastair.

Initially being jack of all trades and involved in selling, installing, maintaining and repairing all of the products offered by the business and later after taking on further education Alastair has developed the business along with Mandy, his sister, to be a significant business in the Assistive Technology field.

Alastair also plays a role in the industry trade association (BHTA) to uphold standards and professionalism in the industry.  

01432 351666

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We specialise in the sale, supply, repair, and maintenance of all types of mobility and disability aids from stairlifts to daily living aids. Our satisfied customers include those facing the challenges of limited mobility, including the elderly and the disabled, as well as their carers.

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Jayme Bacon

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Jayme has worked in many Sectors during his career;  Leisure, Security, Finance and Telecoms before finding a real passion for helping people in the independent living industry. He now leads our team of Sales Assessors and has a drive to support or clients by developing and seeing that we meet our Promises to Our Clients-

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“We see many Clients coming to us who are taking a big step in their lives and are looking for support and advice. Sometimes this is a hard step for them to take, they can almost feel like they are admitting defeat by asking for help, but it is our commitment to them to show them that they are taking back their independence and to work with them to find the products that can help them become mobile or independent again and as a team we all work towards this goal”