Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Aspire2 offers tailor-made solutions for every home

As the leading forward-thinking experts in innovative tried-and-tested mobility equipment – from wheelchairs and scooters, to riser chairs and beds, plus everything in between – Aspire2 leads the way in offering life-changing personalised mobility solutions for all ages and lifestyles.

At the company’s huge new showroom in Waddington on the outskirts of Lincoln, which opened in August this year where you will find plenty of easy on-site free parking, customers can browse around different room sets within the showroom to experience a realistic environment with all products on display, including those required for both leisure as well as the more active.

As a well established friendly face in the mobility industry, the team at Aspire 2 who have a wealth of training, qualifications and experience behind them, strive to help and support customers with the best possible service. They also know just how important it is to listen and understand each individual’s needs, something which is often unfortunately overlooked.

Here you can explore a wide range of mobility aids to assist in day-to-day life at home, including small walking aids, bathroom equipment, stair lifts, hoists and ramps, as well as lightweight, portable and all terrain off road mobility scooters, plus a full range of wheelchairs to suit all lifestyles and budgets, including electric options.

As a trusted Motability partner, Aspire 2 pursues its motto of Explore – Achieve –Thrive and the team pride themselves on ensuring customers are always in safe hands while also helping them achieve their real hopes, desires and aspirations – whatever they may be.

“Our vision is to make sure no-one struggles unnecessarily,” says Dr Phil Harrison, BA Hon’s, PhD from Aspire 2. “Regardless of the difficulties you are facing, we want to help. We’ve met a huge variety of people with a wealth of different needs and our years of experience in the industry mean that we know how both important freedom and independence are for everyone.”

With customers at the heart of everything Aspire 2 does, Krystal Suffling who heads operations and works alongside Waddington branch manager Dean Gookey, agrees, “Our team get a huge sense of satisfaction at finding someone the correct product for their needs. We want to continue to push boundaries for those with disabilities to find the very best most innovative solutions and don’t think people should have to settle for any less.”

Recently Aspire 2 has also linked up with Lincolnshire’s premier care supplier, Annicare of North Hykeham, to enable care homes, private homes access to its new  “service and repair” department, also adding a conduit so as unwanted care equipment can now be purchased by Aspire 2, re conditioned and made available to other users.

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