Theraposture has become the first and only product manufacturer to be appointed by the MS Society as an official Affinity Partner.
The Wiltshire-based company, which is a specialist supplier of Rotoflex rotating beds, adjustable beds, chairs, and care cots, said the appointment was a testament to its values and ethical client-centred approach.
The tie-up means that the MS Society will be able to signpost people living with multiple sclerosis to Theraposture products at reduced prices via its own trading entity, MSS Trading Limited.
Every sale will also generate a donation from Theraposture to the MS Society, so the charity can continue its vital work with and for the MS community.
As well as discounted prices, every Theraposture client living with MS will benefit from a full assessment of needs and wants, including a demonstration and chance to try solutions before purchase, a 14-day suitability guarantee, and a comprehensive warranty.
Liam Braddell, director at Theraposture, said: “We are honoured to have been selected by the MS Society to partner with the charity following a rigorous due diligence process. This relationship will benefit so many people with MS seeking proven solutions that deliver positive outcomes. Our partnership with major charities is not a coincidence. We are focussed on the clinical provision of medical devices that help to deliver independence at home.”
Thomas Bolsin, corporate partnership manager at the MS Society, added: “We are delighted to be working with Theraposture and to announce them as our first Affinity Partner. We know these products can be really valuable to people living with MS, and are confident this relationship will offer important benefits to our community – while helping us raise essential funds in the process.”
MS is a condition of the brain and spinal cord that affects more than 130,000 people in the UK. It can cause a range of symptoms, including fatigue, vision problems, numbness, pain and mobility problems.