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Newsletter Archive

Time on your hands? Lucky you! Why not use a few of those spare minutes wisely, and catch up on some news from Felgains?

Warning: some of these newsletters may contain bad jokes...

November newsletter

As the air turns crisper we get the blood pumping with an epic team challenge as well as warming our hearts by welcoming a little visitor.

We also explore the importance of good hygiene facilities in schools and reveal our exclusive Raizer offer...

Save a bundle on the Raizer with our end of year offer, gift memories for Christmas, and watch the Felgains team take on an epic challenge.
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We're dropping by your inbox earlier than usual this month. But with so much to share with you, we couldn't wait a second longer. We hope you enjoy.
Save £290 on the Raizer Emergency Lifting Chair until 31st December. Plus additional discounts for bulk purchases. Interested? Get in touch today. And if you'd like a free trial, we'd recommend getting your skates on...
The Raizer Surface Challenge
Were we expecting the team to go all out for our latest challenge? Yes. Were we expecting to find ourselves filming in a ball pit? Not exactly, no...
Watch the full challenge now
Gift memories this Christmas
Puzzling over what to get your loved one living with dementia? Don't panic - we've got it all wrapped up. Our range of Active Minds books and creative activities prompt reminiscence and conversation. Perfect.
Read the gift guide
All I want for Christmas is loo...
From the ever-popular rendition of 'All I Want for Christmas is Loo" (sorry Mariah, but we actually prefer this version), to World Toilet Day. This November we've been going potty for toilets - particularly the issues that arise when they're scarce and unsuitable.

Our latest blog explores why good toilet facilities should be a priority in any school.
Read the blog
And finally...
You've never fully tested the durability of a product until you've handed it over to a toddler. Fact. Luckily, our Topro walkers came out of it rather well. Tough little cookies.
That’s all from us. Next time you hear from us we'll be within touching distance of Christmas. Keep going, everyone.

Until then, all the best,
The Felgains Team

Felgains Ltd
33 Knightsdale Road

01473 741144
[email protected]

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October newsletter

We don't think Halloween affected October's newsletter at all... We kick off with a bed made from barbed wire before declaring that WE. WANT. YOUR. BRAINS. In a 'good ideas' kind of way, though. Not a bloodthirsty zombies kind of way...

September newsletter

This edition is dedicated to every single person who's been affected by dementia. We bake a LOT of cake for the Alzheimer's Society, explore whether an accepted wisdom in dementia care is true, and cosy up to a retro ambulance.

August newsletter

August proves a big month as we acquire a fresh-faced new starter as well as (actually, no spoilers here, you'll have to read to find out!). We also salute a group of concert-goers who remind us that the act of caring takes many forms.

July newsletter

Summer reveals our silly side as we compete in a Raizer race: boys versus girls. We also explore the MANULET range of positioning aids and meet Lenny - an old-fashioned barber warming the hearts of men living with dementia.

June newsletter

In our first ever news round up, we attempt to summarise all the wonderful stuff that came out of the Single-handed Care Summit, reveal the OPLET Patient Turning System, and ask the question: driverless wheelchairs, yes or no?