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Neater POWERED Drinker - NEW
The Neater Powered Drinker enables people to drink liquids and pureed
foods at their own pace.
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Neater Uni-Chair Development
Just published on our website: a couple of essays outlining the
development of the Neater Uni-Chair: "From prototype to
manufacture" - by researcher Dr Anne Mandy "The Neater Uni-Chair - an engineer's perspective"
- by Jon Michaelis
Neater Solutions - A History
Some people have asked us for some backgound to Neater Solutions - so
here is a page:
Backgound and History of Neater Solutions
Tilly is a lively 10-year-old with spinal muscular atrophy. She
recently reported on her blog:
"We went straight from swimming into Hanley shopping centre where we
enjoyed a jacket-potato lunch which was made all the more delicious with Tilly
using her amazing arm support. We then signed in at M&S to help with a
Caudwell Children bag pack in their food hall. This is always such a pleasure
as the cashiers are so friendly and the customers are so grateful to be helped
and so generous with their donations. Once again, this experience was all the
more delightful because Tilly used her arm support and was able to help pack
the bags. Im sure that between us we made a veritable fortune for
Caudwell Children judging by the weight of the collection tins."Link to: Tilly's
NEW Neater Uni-Chair awarded 10 out of 10
Neater Uni-Chair was launched at Naidex 2009. It is a manual
wheelchair developed for people with hemiplegia caused by a stroke. Research
and development work was carried out in conjunction with the Univeristy of
We recived the following by email form Quotec who administer
the NHS grant that part funded the Uni-Chair's development:
"I am very
pleased to let you know that the Committee was very impressed with your project
and have agreed a score of 10. Specifically, they were very impressed with your
team's commitment to ensuring the optimum device was produced and how popular
it has become with users in care homes, and how you have continued to make
improvements based on their feedback. "
Details of Uni-Chair
Papers, Awards & Conferences
New Address from 24th September 2007:
12 Burlington Rd, Buxton SK17 9AL, UK
Tl: +44(0)1298 23882 Fx: +44(0)1298
23883 Email: email@example.com
It's Not Too Much To Ask
The charity BDF Newlife have launched a campaign for better equipment
provision in UK. Their report: "It's Not Too Much To Ask" highlights the post
code lottery of equipment provision in UK.
and BDF Newlife video
BDF Newlife have featured the Neater Arm Support on this video:
video on BDF Newlife website
Neater Solutions Ltd has a long history of environmental concern. It
recently registered with econo-weee to ensure full compliance with the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive.
Producer Registration Number
CONCERN OVER HEALTH RISK TO
The charity Age Concern have highlighted the serious health risks to
elderly patients who are often not given proper assistance in hospital when
eating. Age Concern says: "Hard-hitting statistics show that six out of ten
older patients are at risk of becoming malnourished or their situation getting
worse while in hospital."
Jon Michaelis, Managing Director of Neater Solutions said:
"Another report shows the importance of proper nutrition to people's
health. Therapists often report to us that their clients are at risk of
becoming malnourished if they lose independence in eating. People often lose
interest in eating if they cannot feed themsleves. In many cases, the equipment
we provide - from Dignity
Ware to Neater Eaters, can be a significant help in tackling this
Link to: AGE Concern website
Download: Download Hungry to be Heard Report
NEATER ARM SUPPORT - featured on MDC
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign now have information about mobile arm
supports on thier website. The Neater Arm Support features highly.
Link to: MDC page on mobile arm supports
Yvonne Massett, National Occupational Therapy Advisor, Muscular
Dystrophy Campaign said:
"The Neater Arm Support can be invaluable for
people with a progressive weakness of the shoulder girdle muscles. It can help
to reduce the development of joint contractures and maintain muscle strength".
More information on the Neater Arm
Contact us to arrange a FREE trial in UK
We have poster presentations detailing the development of the electric
programmable Neater Eater and the Neater Arm Support. Please contact us if you would like to display these at
your conference or event.
Continual Product Development
Neater Solutions introduces new products to its range to meet
previously unmet needs, largely through the design and manufacture of its own
products but also by sourcing products from other suppliers. The range is
therefore subject to change so please contact us for
the latest information.
Please visit again soon for more
Links to our international contacts can be found with
MDC page on mobile arm
This part of our site is still under development.
Please visit again soon for more news.