Our team offer a variety of ways to let you live as independently as possible. We have replaced our shop facility at Hillylands with a new online store, 'Equip Me For Living' which you can find out more about below. We still have our equipment store where you can be fitted for special equipment and our hospital direct service, in conjunction with NHS Grampian Occupational Therapists, still provides equipment necessary for hospital discharge.
Equip Me For Living
Our team of Occupational Therapists has over 50 years experience and are passionate about people being able to live their life as independently as possible. The products on our website have been chosen to be high quality, useful items that will make a difference in your life.
Based in Aberdeen City, Bon Accord Care is at the forefront of developing services to enable and maintain independence, and reduce hospital admission. We promote active aging and wellbeing through our range of services and products.
We work closely with our partners to deliver services in the local communities of Aberdeen.
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Community Equipment Store
This service supports the provision of special equipment to enable people to live independently and safely in their own home. Equipment will be provided following an assessment by Occupational Therapy staff or other Health Care Professional. The store has a fully stocked warehouse where orders are processed. Delivery of equipment will be undertaken by trained staff at a mutually arranged time. The store also has a technician who will fit grab rails and carry out minor alterations as requested by the Occupational Therapist. A full maintenance and repair service for equipment supplied by Bon Accord Care is arranged through the store. When no longer required the service will collect equipment for recycling and the store has a dedicated decontamination facility on the premises.
Hospital Direct Service
The Community Equipment Service also has a dedicated equipment provision service for residents of Aberdeen who are being discharged from hospital. Equipment will be ordered by hospital Occupational Therapists and arrangements will be made to deliver and fit the equipment either prior to discharge or on the day of discharge. The staff will ensure that the equipment meets the person’s needs and will assist with any other queries people may have once home from hospital.