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In some parts of the UK, we hold contracts with local authorities to provide equipment for independent living through medical referral.
We provide short-term loans of mobility aids to people in need, including wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames.
When Eve O’Malley fractured her ankle while playing in the park, it looked like she’d be stuck at home for weeks – until we provided a special wheelchair.
The British Red Cross offers support to people affected by crisis by providing transport for medical appointments and essential daily needs.
After suffering a lengthy period of depression, Alister Lees decided to take up volunteering as a way to boost his self-confidence and skills.
Help people to be independent by volunteering with our free short-term loan scheme of things such as walking aids, bath chairs and back rests.
After a near-fatal road accident, Fergus Grant couldn’t resume his college studies – until we loaned him a wheelchair.
Our report shows that cuts to preventative social care support are putting elderly and vulnerable people at risk.
10 Dec 2012
A new survey commissioned by the British Red Cross shows that cuts to preventative social care support are putting elderly and vulnerable people at risk.
If you are a healthcare commissioner or referrer, you can read more about what working in partnership with us can help you achieve.
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British Red Cross, UK Office, 44 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AL Phone: 0844 871 11 11. Fax: 020 7562 2000.
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