TGA, a proven specialist in quality mobility scooters, has forged a new relationship with the charity Parkinson’s UK, which means the charity’s members can now purchase a TGA mobility scooter at a reduced price.
Parkinson’s UK is the UK’s leading charity that drives better care, treatments and quality of life for people with Parkinson’s. As a progressive neurological condition, Parkinson’s affects people’s mobility increasingly over time.
However, with ownership of a reliable and supportive mobility scooter people with Parkinson’s can continue to access the outdoors – vital for positive well- being. TGA will make a separate donation to Parkinson’s UK with every sale, supporting vital research and support for people affected by Parkinson’s.
Since opening in 1985 TGA has focused on maximising freedom with peace of mind. It believes that by investing time and collaborating with like-minded charities and organisations, more individuals can access TGA mobility scooters and hence live life on their own terms. TGA is delighted to have established a new relationship with Parkinson’s UK as Daniel Stone, TGA Managing Director, explains: “We feel privileged to be Parkinson’s UK’s latest product partner as they are such a highly regarded charity. Their support services are vital across the UK and now with discounted provision of our mobility scooters to all charity members, more people living with Parkinson’s can experience independence in a safe and assured manner. Plus, by TGA donating back to the charity, we can support Parkinson’s UK whilst reiterating our corporate social responsibilities.”
TGA provides a comprehensive range of new and Approved Used mobility scooters to members of Parkinson’s UK. These quality products are available through a strictly no-obligation-to-buy home assessment and are backed up with caring after sales service and trusted warranties. Scooters such as the TGA Breeze S4, folding Minimo Plus 4 and Vita Lite have simple controls, big buttons and easy steering – ideal for users with Parkinson’s. The range includes supportive orthopaedic seats and ample leg room maximises comfort all day long.
Beth Roberts from Cornwall has Parkinson’s and owns a cult-classic black and chrome TGA Supersport. She comments: “My ‘Harley’ has made such a dramatic difference to my life. The robust chassis and large wheels enable my TGA scooter to handle most terrain and I’ve been deemed ‘cool’ by my grandchildren! It is a fantastic machine.”
Janet Murray, Minimo owner with Parkinson’s from North West Scotland adds: “I love my folding TGA Minimo. It travels with me wherever I go as it is so easy to drive in restricted spaces, I have been driving it around at home. The fact that I can get the Minimo into the car in one piece is a big plus for me.”
Sue Mills, Product Manager and Business Development for Parkinson’s UK, commented: “We’re delighted to enter into a relationship with TGA, one of many carefully selected partnerships that we have that offer benefits for people with Parkinson’s, whilst raising vital funds for Parkinson’s UK. The donations from TGA will go towards the work of Parkinson’s UK which strives to find better treatments and a cure for Parkinson’s. These funds will also support our range of services that assist people affected by Parkinson’s across the UK.”