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Our partners


DLF works closely with BHTA, its sections and members to ensure that our product information is kept up to date and that membership and adherence to their Code is reflected in our information.


The EASTIN Association was founded in 2006 by four organisations that had previously been partners in the EASTIN project (2004-2005), a market validation initiative partially funded by the European Commission through the eTEN programme. The four founding members were Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus (Italy), Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln (Germany), Disabled Living Foundation (United Kingdom) and Hjælpemiddelinstituttet (Denmark), who were later joined by other partners. 


DLF's Partnership Team are all members of NAEP - the National Association for Equipment Providers - we attend the regional meetings and value the opportunity to understand the challenges of providing equipment so that we can improve our information, advice and training.


The National Back Exchange is a well-regarded body specialising in the field of standards and practice to do with moving and handling people. Our MOU sets out how we collaborate to further our joint aims in raising standards.


As members of TSA we attend regional and national meetings to meet with suppliers and service providers in this emerging sector. We work with members to ensure that equipment solutions are shared with older and disabled people and their carers and we provide specialist training to ensure service providers can support the public.

UK Telehealthcare

DLF is delighted to be partnering with UK Telehealthcare to promote wider use of telecare solutions and collaborate with their members to ensure that the latest telecare solutions are publicised to the UK public.

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