Better Mobility partners with Chilterns Neuro Centre to strengthen services

The Chilterns Neuro Centre has announced a new partnership with Better Mobility, a leading provider of manual and powered wheelchairs and other mobility solutions. This collaboration aims to enhance the Centre’s ability to assist its members in achieving greater independence.

As part of the partnership, Better Mobility will provide financial support to the Wendover-based charity and conduct drop-in sessions at the Centre. These sessions will allow individuals affected by MS, Parkinson’s, and strokes to explore various mobility solutions and receive guidance on how to preserve their independence. Additionally, Better Mobility will offer training to the Centre’s clinical staff, equipping them with the necessary skills to better assist their members.

Wendy Valentine, Occupational Therapist at the Chilterns Neuro Centre, expressed the importance of this partnership, stating, “Many of our members have mobility issues, so having the right equipment can greatly help them maintain their independence. Providing good customer service is also crucial in preserving their dignity. This association is vital for the Centre as we both share the common goal of improving the quality of life for our members.”

Jeanette Warner, Director at Better Mobility, also shared her enthusiasm for the partnership, saying, “I am delighted that Better Mobility can support Chilterns Neuro Centre in this way. Our company’s ethos is centered around providing excellent customer service and meeting people’s mobility needs, which aligns perfectly with the values of the Centre. Together, we can help individuals live life to the fullest.”

Individuals affected by MS, Parkinson’s, or stroke who believe they could benefit from the services offered by the Chilterns Neuro Centre are encouraged to contact the Centre by phone at 01296 696133 or via email at

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