March 21st is World Down Syndrome day. The day was established in 2006 and has since been globally recognised and observed by the UN since 2012. It is about bringing awareness to the condition and focusing on the abilities and lives of those with the condition.
The much anticipated new model Mercedes Sprinter has finally launched! Its launch was broadcast live around the world from Germany in February, its set to have its official launch in the UK later this year. As a popular chassis for many of our customers and top choice for our luxury Monaco range we were keen to find out what changes had been made to the Sprinter.
At Stanford Coachworks we work with many industries to provide bespoke vehicles. One of the industries we work with frequently is the care industry such as retirement and care homes. As we age not everyone is fortunate enough to stay in their own home. May it be due to mental and physical disabilities, they have to create a new home in a care home. The facilities and staff have to create a happy, peaceful environment to help the residents build a new life and home. Read more…
As the 2018 Winter Paralympics draws closer, lets take a look back at the history of the games. We take a look at how the games opened everyone’s eyes to the what people with disabilities can do!
Community Transport groups provide an essential service for many individuals and groups. They pick up people from their homes to take them to appointments, shopping, day trips and social clubs. They provide a vital lifeline for those who are not able to get out as often or use public transport, the service gives them the opportunity for social interaction, physical activity and mental stimulation.