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Empowering accessibility: Introducing our ‘Chat and Collect’ service for disability equipment

Our ‘Chat and Collect’ service has been tailored to make shopping for mobility equipment and supportive aids as easy as possible. 

Due to the closure of our retail shop, we wanted to continue to offer our community members the vital equipment they need at discounted prices. We understand that leaving the house can be particularly challenging for people with disabilities, which is why we’ve developed a personalised approach that allows you to have detailed discussions with our expert advisors before making the trip to see us. 

At The Disability Resource Centre, we’re dedicated to ensuring your comfort and convenience every step of the way. Instead of the traditional ‘click and collect’ options, we offer a more empathetic and accommodating experience.

Simply reach out to us via phone or email and our knowledgeable team will assist you in finding the perfect equipment from the comfort of your home. We’ll provide you with comprehensive information, including photos, specifications, and pricing details, so you can make an informed decision without the need to visit our store.

When you’re ready to make a purchase, we’ll arrange a hassle-free collection at your convenience, ensuring a smooth and stress-free transaction. Plus, for your peace of mind, we also offer no-contact payment options.

For larger items, we can even arrange direct delivery to your doorstep through our trusted suppliers’ courier services.

Whether you’re exploring our range of new equipment or browsing our ever-changing selection of quality second-hand items, our compassionate team is here to support you every step of the way.

Contact us today by phone at 01582 470 900, or email us at info@drcbeds.org.uk. Remember, if you’re reaching out via email, you can contact us outside regular business hours and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

We hope this service will help make shopping for disability equipment and supportive aids as comfortable and convenient as possible. 

To view our price list, visit here.

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