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Dragonmobility Ltd

a spin-off from the Dan Everard Partnership engineering consultancy

Dragonmobility Ltd was formed in 2005 by Dan Everard, the designer of the first commercially available elevating powerchair, the Turbo, launched in 1984. He has combined his experience as the parent of a disabled daughter, Ruth, with his engineering expertise to create a modern range of elevating powerchairs for all ages.

Ruth's experience using her father's designs shows how to turn an apparent calamity into a triumph of achievement. She is one of many people today who show the world what potential there is in the human mind and spirit, even when locked in a disfunctional body.

Our aim at dragonmobility is to do our part in giving people better and better means to express and demonstrate their potential.

We know it isn't only a matter of technology, although we aim to find the best technological solutions for the problems of personal mobility, and apply them with great expertise.

We know it isn't only a matter of care, although we aim to take care in all that we do, and treat each customer as an individual, paying attention to specific needs.

We know it isn't only a matter of good service support, although we set high standards in the speed and quality of our service response.

We know from long experience as a family affected by disability that all these things and many more will all combine to provide the individual package of support that will enable you to do what you want to in life.

If you think a dragonmobility powerchair might be a vital part of that package, give us a call. We aim to help you to develop your potential to the full.

You can also find out more about the Partnership by visiting the partnership's website at: www.daneverard.co.uk

 

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