Despite living with Parkinson’s, Janet Murray, 68 and a retired nurse from North East Scotland, continues to volunteer at The Buckie and District Fishing Heritage Centre thanks to the revolutionary new TGA Minimo mobility scooter.…Continue
Added by TGA Mobility on September 30, 2013 at 9:38 — No Comments
I have been a carer for most of my life. I was born into a household in crisis. On the day I was born, Father was recovering in hospital from TB, my eldest brother of 2 fighting for his life with TB Meningitis. Father recovered, but we had to move home as our lovely cottage in the Quantock village of Holford, Somerset had to be fumigated.
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Despite living with Multiple Sclerosis, Brenda Escreet, 66 from Lancashire continues to attend numerous music festivals and gigs, support several charities and have ‘biking’ freedom outdoors thanks to her TGA Supersport mobility scooter.…Continue
Added by TGA Mobility on September 19, 2013 at 10:41 — No Comments
By Nicholas Terry
An app. entitled ‘BlindSquare’, allows visually impaired users to roam freely without the fear of getting lost. The app. (currently available on mobile devices) extracts information about the users surroundings from ‘Foursquare’ and ‘Open streetMap’ (both of which use GPS technology); it will then gather the most relevant information…Continue
Added by Nicholas Terry on September 6, 2013 at 19:00 — No Comments
TGA, the UK’s leading mobility scooter specialist based in Suffolk, continues to demonstrate impressive growth during these tough economic times and has subsequently simultaneously appointed six extra recruits.
TGA is a family-run,…Continue
Added by TGA Mobility on September 2, 2013 at 14:07 — No Comments