Here at Christies we are working with them on our technology in care programme, educating our staff, carers and clients about the use of technology in care. We’ll have more information about this in the coming months.
Based on a social enterprise model, n-able is continually driving down the cost of care equipment and pays 55% of its profit back to the Council to support those eligible for funding.
n-able can provide an initial assessment and will direct people who may be eligible for funding to the correct department within Norfolk County Council.
The company will be in the Norwich Castle Mall 16-20 June (ground floor near Boots)and will be offering a free consultation for an AT assessment and a £50 voucher off stair lift fitting for surveys booked at their stand.
There will be a range of care equipment on display and a team of highly qualified Practitioners on hand to answer questions and offer advice.