Wheelchair Service – Warrington

Description of service

Warrington Wheelchair Service provides access to specialist services to meet requirements of clients with complex needs who have new or existing permanent mobility needs.


Who can access the service?

Warrington Wheelchair Service aims to provide a comprehensive service for people of all ages with long-term mobility problems and associated postural and pressure needs and currently supports 4,250 wheelchair users in the community.


Our local offer for children

Read about our local offer for children, including information on how you can access our Warrington Wheelchair Service.


Patient User Group

We would like to hear what you think about the Wheelchair Service.

  • What does the service do well? 
  • How can the service improve?
  • How can you support your Wheelchair Service?

In order to provide a forum to hear your views, the Wheelchair Service has developed a User Group.

Find out about how you can get involved and our latest meeting dates.


Where is the service offered?

Warrington Wheelchair Service
226 Europa Boulevard
Westbrook
Warrington
WA5 7TN

Tel: 01925 251445


Related Websites

Warrington Disability Partnership

WheelPower
Transferring lives through sport- free membership- for all ages.

British Wheelchair Basketball
Registered charity and is the representative body of wheelchair basketball in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

CP Sport
Helping children and young people with Cerebral Palsy enjoy sport.

GOKIDSGO
Free Courses equip young wheelchair users with the skills to become independently mobile so that they can enjoy the same activities as their able bodied peers.

Together Trust
Offers a wide range of services one of which is to help families who have a child or young person with autism or learning difficulties.

CAFamily
Support families of disabled children across the UK, whatever their condition or disability.

The Accessible Planet
Guide to everything and anything accessible – for wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility.


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