Posted on 10/05/2013

Get easy to use mobile phones for disabled people

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Get easy to use mobile phones for disabled people

In the last ten years mobile phones have developed at a phenomenal rate to now include more useful and impressive features. However, while mobile phones have now got a little bigger again, to make the best use of high resolution screens, they’re still not ideal for some disabled people or those who are living with a visibility or hearing impairment.

With that in mind, NRS Healthcare have grown their range of mobile phones for disabled people, to make contacting family, friends or carers easier and more accessible. Our entire collection has been put through comprehensive testing to make sure each provides the most effective use for our customers.

Market leading mobile phones for disabled people

One of the most popular mobile phones for disabled people we provide is the Doro Secure 580 Simple Mobile Phone. Ideal for those who struggle to use a normal mobile phone, the phone features 4 large backlit buttons which can be used to store important contact numbers and also has a large, clear colour display. Not only does it provide ease of use for users, it gives relatives peace of mind knowing they can get in touch with the user regardless of where they are.

Another great feature which provides peace of mind to relatives and helps make this model one of the best mobile phones for disabled people on the market is the SOS button on the back cover. When pressed, it sends an SMS alarm to pre-set numbers, along with a GPS location report to those who receive the message.

Learn more about our Disability Living Aids

If you’d like to find out more information about our life changing mobile phones for disabled people, please don’t hesitate to browse through our website where you can also learn more about our disability living aids that help people to live independently for longer. Alternatively, you can speak to a member of our helpful team by calling 0345 121 8111.

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