TGA, the respected specialist in mobility products since 1985, has introduced a new funding information campaign to help individuals with disabilities gain independence through mobility scooters, wheelchairs or powered wheelchairs.
Entitled #FundMyFreedom, this social media initiative signposts people to possible sources of funding for mobility products. The #FundMyFreedom campaign is important as many disabled people have to cope with higher living costs* and reduced income – resulting in difficulty achieving independence with a quality scooter, wheelchair and powerchair.
TGA will be encouraging its own online communities and specialist bloggers, vloggers and influencers to engage with their followers to generate social networking on the subject. By actively sharing personal experiences, people who have been denied independence, will now have the opportunity to achieve freedom. Social activity will be enhanced by website information, offline collateral and impartial guidance from the knowledgeable TGA customer services team.
There are currently many charities and organisations that can provide full or partial funding of mobility equipment. TGA works with several of these to ensure people are guided in the right direction and have the best chance of qualifying for funding. In terms of Parkinson’s UK for example, TGA offers discounts on its products if purchased through the charity.
As TGA products are suitable for a vast range of mobility needs, this ethical specialist will be generating social traffic and directing enquiries to several diverse regional and national charities. It also supports various military charities, donates to inspirational individuals and works closely with Occupational Therapists.
Daniel Stone, TGA Managing Director comments: “Here at TGA we are totally focused on delivering independence for all. This is why we are rolling out our new #FundMyFreedomcampaign so that irrespective of age or ability, everyone can access the means they need to live on their own terms.”
Daniel continues: “Take our new WHILL Model C powerchair for example – it represents a life-changing solution for a wide demographic of people through remarkable styling, manoeuvrability and performance. As the challenges of loneliness and mental health continue to grow, the ability to move freely indoors and out, becomes even more essential. Through the support of funding, this pioneering powerchair could help so many more disabled people fulfil their true potential.”
*According to the charity Scope
Picture caption: TGA’s Tim Ross with Sue Mills from Parkinson’s UK – working together to offer mobility scooter discounts to individuals with Parkinson’s.
TGA Mobility Limited
TGA is based in Sudbury, Suffolk and has been a respected supplier of mobility products for over 30 years with a specialty in mobility scooters. TGA is renowned for its high quality, diverse range that includes the Breeze S4 that is the nation’s favourite, the revolutionary folding Minimo through to the cutting edge Vita family, wheelchair Powerpacks and WHILL Model C Powerchair. As a family-run business with a proven manufacturing heritage, TGA is dedicated to quality, innovation and service with all of its products undergoing rigorous testing before delivery ensuring peace of mind and trouble free ownership. TGA is proud to work with Parkinson’s UK.