We’re looking for a new Bugzi technician – could it be you?

We are pleased to announce that an exciting manufacturing opportunity has arisen to join our existing team of engineers at MERU. MERU aims to create new possibilities for children and young people with disabilities by designing custom-made equipment to help them feel more healthy, safe and comfortable. MERU’s products can also provide independence, liberation, the […]

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MERU at QEF Kids Day 2017

QEF Kids Day – Friday 3 March 2017 On Friday 3 March 2017 from 10am-3pm QEF is holding its QEF Kids Day’ where families and therapists can find out more about how MERU, which is part of the QEF family of charities, QEF Mobility Services, and other specially invited exhibitors can offer advice, services and […]

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The MERU Buckle Stopz seatbelt safety device is now available

The MERU Buckle Stopz is a safety device that can stop people with behavioural issues putting themselves and other vehicle occupants at risk by preventing them from releasing safety belts. This device was developed in response to requests from specialist providers of services for people with learning difficulties and complex behavioural issues. They had experience […]

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MERU creations helping disabled people play musical instruments

MERU is working with the OHMI Trust to adapt or design supports for a range of musical instruments and so far have produced a trumpet stand and a prototype tenor horn stand. The OHMI Trust is the only organisation in the UK working to allow people with physical disabilities to be able to participate in […]

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Helping Toby reach the sink

  Toby, who has cerebral palsy required access to his sink, so he could wash his hands on his own. His parents are very focused on enabling him to be as independent as possible, so asked MERU to design some steps to help. MERU designed and built some steps with adjustable hand rails , so […]

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Helping Charlie play video games

Charlie has a neurological condition, and  is fully dependent on his parents for all care and play activities and drives an electric wheelchair for mobility. Charlie loves video game,s but was having great difficulties using a game console controller. Due to his condition most of the buttons on the controller were inaccessible and required a […]

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MERU at the QEF Kids Day 2016

QEF Kids Day – Friday 4 March 2016 On Friday 4 March 2015 from 10am-3pm QEF is holding its QEF Kids Day’ where families and therapists can find out more about how MERU, which is part of the QEF family of charities, QEF Mobility Services, and other specially invited exhibitors can offer advice, services and […]

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Black Friday Flexzi Sale! 25% off Flexzis from 27th to 29th November!

This weekend only, we’re reducing the price of our Flexzi, the flexible, funky gadget support system, by 25%. The reduction is across the range and will be from Friday the 27th to Sunday the 29th. So, if you have been thinking about buying a Flexi, this is the ideal time! Flexzi is an adjustable support […]

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MERU volunteers give adapted toys some TLC

  Thank you to our wonderful volunteers for repairing these switch adapted toys for a school in West London. Toys with switches that are adapted for children with disabilities can be a great way to encourage interactive play. But sometimes these toys get some pretty hard use and need a bit of TLC and attention […]

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