Spitzy the Llama – Switch Adapted

Spitzy the funny Llama, is always hungry and makes lots of noise when he chews! Also, he’s always burping and if you press his leg. . . he’ll spit at you! Oh no his Jaw has become dislocated while he was eating! He’s such an odd but very cute Llama! You won’t stop laughing with […]

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The MERU elves are back to adapt your toys for Xmas!

  Ensure that your child can play with their toys on Christmas day! Send them first to MERU for free switch adaptation. All we ask is that you cover the return postage cost (£8). The elves get pretty busy over Christmas (Santa is very demanding!) so please send in a maximum of 3 toys per […]

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“Thank you for our Bugzi, Braxton loves it!”

Braxton was born prematurely and sadly suffered some brain damage as a result. However, nothing is going to stop little Braxton tearing around in his Bugzi powered wheelchair! In this lovely video Braxton and his Mum Natalie explain what a difference Bugzi makes to their lives and how grateful they are to supporters of the […]

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MERU launch new ‘Bugzi Families’ Facebook page

MERU have launched a new Bugzi Families group on Facebook! The group connects families of children using a Bugzi, along with families whose children have previously used Bugzi or who are thinking about loaning a Bugzi in the future. ‘Bugzi Families’ already has lots of members who have been sharing wonderful video clips and pictures […]

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MERU wins awards for helping disabled musicians

MERU attended the OHMI conference over the weekend and were surprised to win a couple of awards for the brass instrument support designs we’ve been working on! The competition was to design a piece of apparatus or a support to make a traditional musical instrument accessible for one-handed playing. Our winning entries were a Trombone […]

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Flexzi now available in the USA and Europe!

We’re really pleased to announce that our assistive products for people with disabilities are available in the USA for the first time, as well as across Europe. Our US distributor, who initially will be offering our Flexzi gadget holding system to the US market, is Enabling Devices, a great company with a thirty year history […]

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Tears of joy as the first Bugzis arrive in Northern Ireland

The first Bugzis have now arrived in Northern Ireland and the Belfast Telegraph has covered their arrived and the impact that they have had on families with a member that has a disability. Find out more here: https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/mums-tears-as-powered-chair-opens-up-new-world-to-ethan-36368252.html

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REHadapt assistive technology now available from MERU

MERU is very pleased to now offer assistive technology solutions from REHadapt range. REHAdapt provides end-to-end solutions to mount your essential technology wherever you need it. If you are interested in these products then please get in touch with us to discuss your needs.  

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We now have switch-adapted toys on sale!

As there was such a huge demand for us to adapt toys last Christmas, we’ve decided to keep some adapted toys in stock all year round! These toys can be bought direct from our online shop here. Toys with switches that are adapted for children with disabilities can be a great way to encourage interactive […]

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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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