Terry Lifts Harmony FE imageBritish lift manufacturer Terry Lifts will be unveiling a new prototype three-door glass lift as well as presenting valuable OT training opportunities at The Occupational Therapy Show in November.

Alongside encouraging visitors to provide feedback on its new three-door lift, the company will be showcasing its fully enclosed through-the-floor lift – the Harmony FE – which has a portable lift for temporary wheelchair access.

In addition to the lifts on show, the OT Show presents a valuable opportunity for occupational therapists to influence the next generation of lifting solutions, says Terry Lifts. At the event, occupational therapists will be invited to utilise the company’s training centre in Cheshire.

AT the training centre, each attendee is welcomed into a classroom where the theory part of the training takes place. This is followed up by hands-on, one-to-one product training.

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Each training programme is tailored to the needs of the individual/group and the facility caters for up to six people.

Also at The OT Show, Terry Lifts Commercial Director Adrian Sunter and the team will be showcasing the lifts and explaining to healthcare professionals the importance and benefit of selecting and installing compliant products.

The company’s through-the-floor lifts are independently tested and certificated and comply with BS 5900:2012 (powered home lifts with partially enclosed carriers and no lift way enclosures).

Terry Lifts will be exhibiting on Stand D31 at The OT Show, which takes place on the 27th and 28th of November at the NEC in Birmingham.

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