The Able Label seeks OTs for new Ambassador roles
The Able Label was launched last October by its founder Katie Ellis who – from personal experience – realised there was a high demand for an adaptive range of clothing that was both fashionable and functional. This range meets the requirements of those in recovery or living with the after effects of for an illness, injury and/or ageing such as restrictive movement, reduced grip and muscle strength.
The Able Label range is made from soft, stretchy, easy care jersey with hidden features to take the effort out of dressing and help people remain comfortable all day long whatever they are doing.
The Able Label has teamed up with Access Independent, a national OT supplier, to develop a nationwide network of Occupational Therapists to help promote the new brand. The partners are seeking expression of interest from OTs to be Ambassadors for the label with their expertise of disability and its effects on independence.
They wish to recruit a cohort of Ambassadors across the UK with varied experience from those who specialise in Neuro or Rheumatology to those working with cognitive impairment, older persons or who maybe still in training or just newly qualified.
To find out more, the brand is running a training day on the 18th April in London at the National Voluntary Council Organisation near Kings Cross. The day offers to be engaging and inspiring, providing full details of how to get involved and how to become an Ambassador. It is a great opportunity to involved from right from the start of this new venture.
The day will include various speakers, a fashion show and advice on working in this role.
For more details, contact Lindsey Powell at Access Independent: email@example.com
No sales experience is required and training, guidance and support all provided.
(Maximum 25 spaces available)