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Able 2 Occupational Therapy Services Mission Statement

Able 2 Occupational Therapy Services Mission Statement

To provide high quality responsive Occupational Therapy Assessment Services to people with disabilities on behalf of Local Authorities, Charities, Housing Associations, Grants Departments and Health Authorities. To enable disabled people and their carers to live within their own homes with the maximum level of independence and dignity.

To ensure that both the disabled person and their family feel fully involved and in control of the assessment service and remain fully informed at all times throughout the process.

To assist you in providing assessment services and equipment in an efficient and cost effective manner, ensuring a seamless service is provided to all our service users.

Read What Some of our Satisfied Clients Have to SayClick on them for more...

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    I would like to thank everyone involved for all the work that has been involved in adapting our bathroom & installing the stair lift.
    It has made a huge difference and I am very very grateful for it all.

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    - Anonymous

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    Very happy with the service provided. No improvements required.

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    - Anonymous

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    Staff are friendly, helpful and punctual. Many thanks!

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    - Anonymous

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    I am full of admiration and respect for the ladies who helped me. I would like to congratulate you all for a marvellous service.

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    - Anonymous

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    Without flattering your team and the service you render, I hereby say that your service is fantastic and prompt action is taken at every point in time. More grease to your elbows and immense thanks to you all at Able 2.

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    - Anonymous

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    I am so pleased and relieved to be able to use my bathroom and kitchen safely. Everyone I met or spoke to at Able 2 were lovely. Thank you so much for your assistance, it has been life changing for me.

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    - Anonymous

Official Sponsors of the Disability Discrimination Act of 2006

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The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 aims to end the discrimination that faces many people with disabilities. This Act has been significantly extended, including by the Disability Discrimination (NI) Order 2006 (DDO).

It now gives people with disabilities rights in the areas of employment, education access to goods, facilities and services, including larger private clubs and transport services and for tenants to make disability-related adaptations functions of public bodies, for example issuing of licences.