Easy Living Mobility is a member of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA)

The BHTA is one of the most established trade associations, but it has a very modern approach when it comes to protecting customers who are looking to make their lives easier by buying a mobility, rehabilitation or homecare product. Hundreds of companies are members of the BHTA and they range from a small, local showroom selling items such as scooters, wheelchairs, bathlifts and stairlifts, to the largest manufacturers and suppliers in the UK producing and distributing a vast range of products to help from the most sophisticated orthotic device and pressure care systems to the largest installations such as through floor lifts. When you are looking to buy a piece of mobility equipment, perhaps for the first time, you want to know that you are being given the very best advice and dealing with the best company for your needs. That’s why you should choose a company that is a member of the BHTA and displays the prestigious BHTA logo. The Department for Transport guidance for users of mobility vehicles says: “We recommend always going to an approved supplier who should also assess your needs and help you to choose the right vehicle” and refers users to BHTA for more information about suppliers. You’ll find the BHTA logo on the websites of member companies, on their paperwork, their vehicles, displayed in their showrooms and in lots of other places. Being a member of the BHTA means a lot more than simply displaying a badge though as each company has signed up to the BHTA Code of Practice, which is approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute. it means that...

Now accepting NHS Wheelchair Vouchers

Easy Living Mobility is pleased to announce that we now accept NHS wheelchair vouchers. Some NHS services offer a voucher scheme so that you can have a greater choice of wheelchair. You will receive a voucher from the NHS to the value of the chair you would have been offered from the NHS after your assessment (which is determined locally in each individual case). You can then put the vouchers towards the cost of a chair that you buy privately from Easy Living Mobility. Not all NHS services offer the voucher scheme. Services decided locally whether to have a scheme and how that scheme is applied. You cannot exchange the voucher for cash. The voucher is non-taxable so it does not affect any disability benefits you receive. For more information regarding the NHS voucher scheme please contact your closest store or alternatively visit the vouchers scheme page on the NHS...

Easy Living Mobility making the news

Earlier in the year Central TV came down to Easy Living Mobility to interview Sales Director Nathan Bevan who spoke about the difficulty we were having in filling a number of vacancies for staff in a number of new stores we were opening. The publicity certainly did the trick as we were inundated with applications whilst it also helped lift our brand profile further to a wider community with all of our shops seeing a noticeable increase in footfall and enquiries....