Hi and welcome to Inside Recliners. As always, we hope our monthly newsletter finds you well. It’s been another busy month up here at the factory, with a couple of very exciting projects underway. More on these in future editions…
For now, we can tell you about some changes to the Recliners team and where we’ll be in the run up to Christmas. Have a great November!
The team at Recliners
News and Events
Goodbye to Steve!
Sadly after 10+ years as a Specialist Seating Advisor at Recliners, Steve Lewis has now departed for sunnier climes and a new business venture.
We thank Steve for the many years spent with Recliners, not only helping to grow the business but also gaining many friends along the way. We wish him every success in his future endeavours.
Hello to Huw!
Taking Steve’s place as our senior seating advisor is Huw Jones. A long-standing member of the Recliners team also with over 10 years as a seating advisor, Huw has a great passion for the role offering knowledge acquired over many years and impeccable customer service. Huw will take over all previous regions serviced by Steve Lewis. If you’d like to book an appointment for a demonstration, or even just introduce yourself, you can email Huw on email@example.com.
Recliners will be at the OT Show. 21st and 22nd November. NEC Birmingham
The OT Show is one of our favourite events of the year, as we get the chance to connect with the OTs that work with and recommend our chairs on a daily basis. We always come away with some great insight into what will help you help your patients more. In fact, we used this insight to build our newest chair, the MultiCare Plus, which we’ll be bringing to the show for demonstrations. Come and see us – we’ll be on Stand L30. We look forward to seeing you ther
Chair of the Month
Did You know?
Our skilled team has over 100 years’ combined experienced designing chairs for the home and healthcare environments.
The majority of our Recliners chairs have some form of inbuilt movement capability. Two of the most common are the back recline and the ‘tilt in space’ functions. But what’s the difference between the two? And which one is right for which situation?