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Three new areas added to impartial advice and information website on daily living equipment ‘Living made easy’

4th April 2011

National charity DLF will be launching three new sections in its impartial advice and information website on daily living equipment ‘Living made easy’ (www.livingmadeeasy.org.uk) at NAIDEX National which takes place in Birmingham from 5th-7th April.

As well as tonnes of useful advice written by DLF’s team of occupational therapists on equipment, you’ll find details of every item available in the UK in the following areas:

Older and disabled people can now find their local daily living equipment outlet through 'Living made easy'

15th March 2011

Older and disabled people, their carers and healthcare professionals searching for daily living equipment can now find out where they can buy in their local area through DLF’s advice and information website, 'Living made easy' (www.livingmadeeasy.org.uk).

DLF's response to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)'s formal launch of its study into mobility aid sales

16th February 2011

DLF's response to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)'s formal launch of its study into mobility aid sales

The OFT confirmed today the scope of its study of mobility aids, following a consultation period. To read which areas the study will focus on, or for more information, visit (http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2011/17-11)

DLF's response to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)'s enquiry into mobility aid sales

19th November 2010

DLF's response to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)'s enquiry into mobility aid sales

Christine Shaw, Chief Executive, DLF, comments:

“As the leading national information provider in this area we welcome the OFT’s decision to launch an enquiry into the sales of mobility aids. Although most retailers are reputable, there are still some companies who apply tactics such as pressure selling to often vulnerable people.

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