Over 60 specifiers and end user orientated representatives attended the official opening of Autumn UK’s new showroom and assessment centre at the company’s headquarters in Ashton-Under Lyne. Featuring a full range of wetroom displays as well as a fully functional shower/toilet cubicle, the facility was opened by Cllr Ged Cooney, Tameside Council’s executive member for health, housing and economic growth.
The showroom was created as part of Autumn UK’s commitment to facilitate support to specifiers, end users, specialist disability groups and healthcare professionals generally to help them identify the right adaptation for their service users and as such becomes a valuable regional resource to any interested party.
Autumn UK will shortly be launching a CPD programme to ensure expertise accrued over 20 years is shared. It’s the latest element of Autumn UK’s aspiration to create an ongoing dialogue between designers and prescribers so active feedback on what specifiers and occupation therapists require is absorbed.