Regency Design, the award-winning design and manufacturing business, has donated face visors to health and welfare charity Leonard Cheshire, to support carers and residents. Items donated following the launch of the charity’s appeal have been sent all over the country, including London and the south east.
Leonard Cheshire residential homes provide 24/7 care for disabled people with complex needs, as well as a wide range of services for disabled people living independently in communities. Due to the personal care needed by some residents in the charity’s homes, getting protective equipment to the homes has been vital as the nature of the work makes social distancing impossible.
Louise Wright, Senior Commercial Development Manager at Leonard Cheshire says the support of Regency Design has been wonderful: “The donation is both very generous and very kind. It has been wonderful to see the community coming together to support our carers and residents, it’s given us all a huge boost.”
The donated visors are highly durable, and CE marked to demonstrate conformity with health, safety and environmental protection standards.
Regency Design visors comprise a clear, polycarbonate panel with a soft foam headband and a Velcro adjustable strap. With anti-fogging properties, high-quality optics with no distortion and a space for branding, the visors are diverse and comfortable.
Leonard Cheshire provides care and support for over 3,000 residents in 120 residential homes across the UK. They have 4,700 care staff who help to provide 24/7 care for disabled people. With a fantastic back history, the charity was created in 1948 by Leonard Cheshire, a WWII hero who won the Victoria Cross.
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