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Accessible baths manufacturer Gainsborough Healthcare Group and its newly launched G360 Bathrooms brand have been selected to work with Parkinson’s UK as its latest trustworthy product partner to help charity members and individuals with Parkinson’s.

Gainsborough Healthcare Group has expanded its accessible bathing expertise within care homes, hospitals, and rehabilitation facilities to domestic clients with the launch of G360 Bathrooms. The new brand provides a complete consultative service that listens to, and solves the needs of, people with restricted mobility.

Sue Mills, Trading Manager for Parkinson’s UK, commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with G360 Bathrooms. Their high quality products and services, along with an ethical and caring approach, perfectly fit with our values.

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“The baths and bathrooms they provide have now strengthened our suite of independent living products which all aim to make life easier for the 145,000 people in the UK who are living with Parkinson’s.”

G360 Bathrooms offers a wide range of walk-in baths, easy access wet rooms, and total support from design through to install and after care. Its team of specialists have decades of experience with accessibility, disability and safety so can help to meet the bathing needs of people with Parkinson’s.

Peter Eckhardt, CEO, Gainsborough Healthcare Group, concluded: “This new relationship with Parkinson’s UK is a major milestone for our business and end users with the condition. We can now offer our premium, consultation-led bathroom design and fitting service to everyone with Parkinson’s whilst simultaneously giving added value.

“Our baths are available through the charity with a 10% discount to members and every sale generates a donation from us back to Parkinson’s UK. The G360 team and I are honoured to have been chosen by Parkinson’s UK and are fully committed to making a difference both in terms of individual lives and supporting the charity.”

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