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99% of OBAM Customers satisfied with their service

In a recent customer satisfaction survey conducted by OBAM, leading providers of stair lifts, hoists and bath lifts for the less physically able, revealed that 99% of their customers were satisfied with the level of service received.

88% of customers reported being ‘very satisfied’ with their new stair lifts and home aids, whereas 11% reported they were ‘satisfied’.

This is a perfect example of why we work closely with and support OBAM in creating building adaptations for those among us who are less able, whether due to age, disability or changing circumstances.

The firm also had the honour if proving the national hit TV talk show ‘The Paul O’Grady Show’ with a stair lift, which was featured regularly in the show through 2013.

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Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency join ‘Lincs Independent Living Partnership’

A new charity partnership is being launched in Lincolnshire to help more vulnerable people live independently at home.

Lincs Independent Living Partnership (LILP) is a unique partnership made up of six local organisations with charitable status offering telecare, supported housing, disabled home adaptations, transport and support services to people across the county.

Adults Supporting Adults, Age UK Lincoln, Boston Mayflower Housing Association, LACE Housing Association, the Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency and St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice formally joined as a consortium on March 24th 2014.

Together the organisations can bid for new contracts as part of the LILP. It’s the first organisation of its kind in Lincolnshire to work in this way and offer a tailored package of services, depending on the needs of the individual.

“By bringing a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience together we can help more people to live independently at home for longer,” said Nick Chambers, Chief Executive of LACE Housing and Chair of the partnership.

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