Headway Suffolk and Medequip are delighted to announce they have formed a partnership to enhance the services offered by both parties to those living in Suffolk.
Headway Suffolk is a registered charity that supports adults living with brain injury, stroke and neurological conditions through an extensive range of rehabilitation, therapy and community services. It has two hubs in Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds.
Medequip is the provider of the Community Equipment Service, on behalf of Suffolk County Council and the NHS. The service includes the supply, delivery, installation, repair, maintenance, collection and recycling of community equipment. To support independent living, equipment is provided on loan, once prescribed by a Health and Social Care professional.
Helen Fairweather, CEO of Headway Suffolk, said: “We are excited about working with Medequip and look forward to seeing how this collaboration progresses.
“We are always looking for partnerships and companies who can support the work that we carry out and anyone who is interested should get in contact.”
Joe Woodvine, Retail & Promotions Support Manager at Medequip, said: “The new partnership with Headway Suffolk enables us to work together in ensuring Suffolk residents have access to the right help and support when they need it.
“We are looking forward to discovering the different ways we can support this vital charity as part of our commitment to adding social value in the areas we provide our services.”
To find out more about Headway Suffolk, go to www.headwaysuffolk.org.uk.
To find out more about Medequip, go to www.medequip-uk.com/contact/ipswich.