DLF’s Which?-style mobility site signs sponsorship deal with Kinderkey

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The Disabled Living Foundation (DLF), which runs Living Made Easy, a Which?-style website that helps people to find mobility equipment more easily, has struck a two-year sponsorship deal with a healthcare supplier.

Disabled beds specialist Kinderkey will be the sole sponsor for Living Made Easy’s factsheet for children.

Recent research has shown that more than one in 10 of the pages viewed on Living Made Easy are in the children’s section

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Choosing children’s daily living equipment is an impartial, in-depth guide that aims to support parents in researching suitable equipment and suppliers.

The multi-page booklet is widely used and written by OTs to provide detailed advice.

“We are delighted to be working in partnership with Living Made Easy. The website is a fantastic source of information for parents, carers and healthcare professionals researching the latest paediatric solutions,” commented Jillian Handley, director at Kinderkey.

Kinderkey has been designing and manufacturing beds for adults and children with special needs since 2001 when the company was asked to try to find a solution for a young adult who needed a high sided portable bed.

“This latest agreement is a further indication of how recognition of our website is growing among the UK’s leading suppliers of independent living solutions for people of all ages, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Kinderkey team for their support,” commented Ed Mylles, director at Living Made Easy.

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