It is with a heavy heart that we learn about the sudden closure of The Disability Resource Centre, leaving both its dedicated staff and vulnerable customers in a state of uncertainty. As a family-owned and operated business, Healthcare Matters extends our deepest sympathy to all those affected by this unfortunate turn of events.
The Disability Resource Centre has served as a lifeline for organisations and facilities supporting individuals with disabilities, sensory impairments, and chronic conditions for the past 25 years. The abrupt closure leaves a void for their equipment supply and support requirements.
At Healthcare Matters, we understand the importance of continuity in healthcare services, especially when it comes to moving & handling equipment, stair lifts and other essential aids. Our team in Wrexham has been diligently providing service, repair, LOLER testing, and hire of healthcare equipment for the past 18 years. We are a trusted name in the industry, supplying numerous councils and NHS Trusts. The company is approved by the Trading Standards’ Buy with Confidence Scheme, certified for ISO9001, ISO14001 & ISO45001, and CHAS.
In light of the recent developments, we want to assure the community that Healthcare Matters is here to help. Our dedicated team is ready to assist with any service, repair, or hire needs that may have arisen due to the closure of The Disability Resource Centre. We understand the urgency of the situation and are committed to providing responsive and reliable support.
As a business deeply rooted in North Wales, we value the sense of community and responsibility to our neighbours. If you or someone you know has been affected by the closure and is in need of healthcare equipment services, please do not hesitate to reach out to Healthcare Matters.
The sudden closure has undoubtedly left a void in the support network for organisations supporting people with healthcare conditions or impairments across North Wales. Healthcare Matters is dedicated to filling this gap and ensuring that those in need continue to receive the care and assistance they deserve.
Author: Adam Spiby, Director at Healthcare Matters