These products are manufactured by DEMAND as part of it’s charitable remit to provide products that would otherwise not exist. Each one has been designed by DEMAND and is produced in low volumes every year. They include the DEMAND Boccia Ramp range, Overbed mirrors for patients that are confined to their bed and The Neurological Chair for the rehabilitation of stroke patients.
Our Boccia ramps are known throughout the world. Choosing the right one for you involves talking about how you play the game. Please call to discuss your needs.
Please note: All our ramps require adjustment and steadying. It does require skill and practice to get the best performance out of these items.
Within these pages you can search for Walker, grabbers, walking sticks and much much more. All items are secondhand but in very good condition. Everything on offer is inspected, repaired and serviced before dispatch to you.
Please note: Specification, colour and accessories vary please ring to discuss your requirements. Delivery costs are dependant on size of item and destination: ring for a quote. We can ship world wide
DEMAND now works with local authorities, NHS and community services across the north of England servicing and refurbishing their stock. This service helps them help many more people who require their services.
For those that are currently using this service follow this link for an up-to-date list of your stock which you can access with the username and password provided. If you have an enquiry about any of the items on this list please contact us at our Brockholes Branch.
Unwanted equipment which has been donated to DEMAND can be used in several ways. We can break some items down into components that will then be reused in the items we manufacture and give away free of charge to hundreds of disabled clients each year. Material can be reclaimed and reworked into totally new products and in some cases the equipment can be repaired and then loaned or sold to help raise much needed donations allowing us to continue our work helping others.
Kirklees Council have also expressed how our service will help. Recycling items of equipment that would otherwise go for scrap provides DEMAND with a valuable source of component parts and gives KICES further opportunity to support people with physical disabilities.