Ross Care support William Merritt Centre with new Shopmobility Service

Ross Care is pleased to have helped in the opening of the new Shopmobility store at Leeds Merrion Centre. Ross Care has been able to offer both advice and practical support to William Merritt including sharing processes and documentation as well as hosting staff site visits to our own Shopmobility. Additionally, Ross Care has supplied a fleet of high quality scooters along with service & maintenance support. Ross Care has also made available a range of small aids for customers to purchase at their convenience.

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Ross Care Awarded CECOPS Accreditation

CECOPS is a code of practice designed to give a quality framework in the provision of services for disability equipment and Wheelchair Services. The CECOPs standard has been developed to improve outcomes for service users and the organisations providing services

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Ross Care Sponsor AFC Oldham

Ross Care is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the local football club, AFC Oldham's men’s team. Ross Care has been particularly impressed with their level of engagement in the local community, which reflects the company's own approach. Ross Care's Independent Living Shop in Oldham, in particular, is working with the team and raising awareness through their store.

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Ross Care Team News; 30 years-service in Newcastle!

Technical Manager Gary Miler of Ross Care Newcastle, celebrates 30 years with the mobility industry, with Ross Care. Gary transferred to Ross Care in June 2017 when the company were awarded the Newcastle & Cumbria contract, having already spent 28 years working within the industry.

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ROSS CARE Employee Celebrates 30 Years Service Award

Ross Care Wallasey employee Andy Dearing is celebrating 30 years with Ross Care in 2019.

Andy started with Ross Care Auto Engineering in May 1989, cleaning commodes and disability cars. In June 1990 he started with RCL before being promoted to RCL supervisor in 1998.

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Suffolk Carers Family Fun Day!

To celebrate 'Carers Week 2019', Ross Care attended the Suffolk Family Carers Fun day. The event celebrates local carers and raises awareness of Suffolk Care initiatives. Simon & Paddy from Ross Care Ipswich were on hand giving out free wheelchair 'health checks', advice and support.

Despite the recent spell of wet weather, the event was well attended and Ross Care were kept busy offering advice and repairs on wheelchairs and mobility equipment.

Simon Turner, Operations Manager, commented:

'In addition to supporting the event, the day proved to be a great opportunity to hear feedback on our service and to raise awareness of the wheelchair provision available locally'

Ross Care provide Approved Wheelchair service and maintenance on behalf of the NHS in the Suffolk region.

For more information on the range of Ross Care services go to

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ROSS CARE went ‘Back to School' on 29th April 2019 supporting Ashton Sixth Form College with mock interviews. The sessions were arranged for final year students, ahead of their graduation.

It was a great opportunity for the students to practice responding to a range of competency-based interview questions, and receive input and feedback from representatives of local businesses, including us!

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ROSS CARE attend the Oldham top awards 2018

Last week, Ross Care sponsored an award at Oldham Council’s yearly TOP award ceremony.

The awards are given out each year by Oldham City Council in recognition of the dedication and commitment of the council’s employees.

Ross Care are approved NHS wheelchair repairers and suppliers for the Oldham area, and we were very happy to attend the ceremony, itself.

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