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(07-01-2010, 11:24 PM)staceygarrity Wrote: Bravo to you, have a feeling its going to cost alot though with the 'price on application'.


Not sure...
Sometimes the POA is because they need to confirm the pricing with the suppliers.
But i agree it doesnt look cheap does it.....
Whats you guess?

Me i reckon around about the £800-£1000 mark Huh
But you could consider the family fund or maybe newlife?

Did you contact them to obtain a price at all?
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Hi Stacey,

It looks like Daniel has already located the swing you were referring to. However, if you would like to view a range of other swings suitable for children with disabilities, have a look at the section on outdoor swings and rockers on Living Made Easy for Children. This will allow you to compare the features and prices of up to four products side by side to see which one may suit your child best.

Living Made Easy for Children also has a section on charitable funding for children's equipment. Here you will find listed a number of organisations that may be able to assist with funding for the equipment you require. Before making a purchase such as this, however, it is advisable to get specialist advice from an Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist as they can advise on the most suitable equipment for your child.

I hope you find this information useful.
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Hi i contacted the supplier on the website danile gave me but nothing back from them as yet to the price.
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On the website it gives you information on charitable funding for children's equipment.


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