After the success of our last Christmas campaign in 2022 we have brought back a now annual favourite with the marketing team our Ableworld Christmas Cracker promotion. The promotion will run from 6th November to the 2nd January 2024. Amazing deals you just can't miss like:
As well as our luxury range of products we have a selection of affordable gift ideas to make Christmas for your loved ones that much more special.
Visit your nearest Ableworld store and shop our great holiday savings this Christmas, majority of items in stock and ready to take away. Order before Friday 15th December for guaranteed Christmas delivery.
Ableworld, one of the UK’s leading mobility retailers is expanding! After months of hard work, negotiating and planning, we are proud announce that two new franchise stores will be opening throughout the month of November. The end of 2023 is proving to be both a busy and exciting time as we welcome in a new franchisee, as well as see our friends in South Wales expand to a total of three stores!
The first store to open up its doors on Friday 10th November will be Ableworld Newport located at 219 Malpas Road, Newport South Wales. This will mark the third store for franchise owner James Studdart, who already has well established stores in both Cardiff and Bridgend.
James's new store will be determined to maintain the exact same standards that his two existing stores have managed to set. The Newport location will boast a large store space filled with natural light to ensure a fantastic shopping experience for all, it also means that there will be more than enough stock available to customers in the surrounding areas too.
Excitingly, the second store to open up in November will be a new franchise owned by Andy Gorrie. Andy’s dedication to the Ableworld brand has been apparent from the very beginning, showing true determination in making his own store become a reality. We know that this ambition and drive is exactly what Ableworld needs to ensure the success of the overall company.
Andy’s store will open up in unchartered territory for the Ableworld brand as he has chosen the city of Leeds to call home, providing a challenge of establishing ourselves in a new area. Ableworld Leeds will be located at Unit 4, West Central Retail Park, Armley and will be opening up its doors in the near future.
Both Ableworld Newport and Leeds are working hard to get their stores ready for their respective opening dates. Each store will be offering an array of fantastic opening deals to all of their customers until the end of December!
We look forward to welcoming you through our doors! Until then why not keep an eye out on our socials to check how each store is progressing!
We can all be forgetful sometimes, like when you go into a room and forget the reason you entered, or when you forget items on your shopping list or misplace your keys. Forgetfulness is something we all contend with no matter our age, but as you get older memory loss becomes a more common occurrence. And whilst age-related memory impairment is considered a normal stage of aging, you shouldn’t dismiss serious memory problems that can make everyday life harder.
For someone with Alzheimer’s, memory loss is a persistent and constant battle with the uncontrollable debilitating illness. But this disease can take as much of toll on the person suffering as it can the family, friends and carers. As its Alzheimer’s month this September, Ableworld have taken the opportunity to come up with helpful tips and tricks if you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s.
Forgetting conversations or events – The first sign of Alzheimer’s disease is usually short-term memory loss; it is caused by changes to the chemistry and structure of the brain. It can be hard to comprehend that someone can’t remember a conversation you had yesterday but can tell you a memory from 30 years ago. Clocks and Watches are great products to help people with memory loss to keep track of the day.
Forgetting aspects of who they are – Depending on the stage of the Alzheimer’s case, as it progresses, they may forget aspects of their identity. This could mean they forget elements of their personality that were once important to them like their: diet, politics, religion etc. Reminding them of who they are and the beliefs they once held keeps them in tact with themselves even when they don't know who themselves are, and doesn't allow the disease to steal their identity completely.
Difficulty with everyday tasks – Getting dressed in the morning or making a cup of tea could become much more difficult as their illness advances. But maintaining their independence as much as we can is at the forefront of our company policy, so we have a wide range of products specifically designed to support people with eating and drinking and general well-being in the home. Not only does keeping their mobility and independence take pressure off you but it can also make the illness a lot more manageable and less stressful for the person you are caring for. Shop our Kitchen aids, sensors and security or Medication management and so much more on our website.
For more information about Alzheimer’s, please visit www.alzheimers.org.uk. If you need any further help on products or advice you can visit our website or talk to our friendly in-store staff at your nearest Ableworld store.