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Products of the Month

The Studio Dual Motor Recliner Lift Chair

SRP $2,495
The Studio offers you premium comfort with the unique feature of four
individual functions, providing ultimate versatility and superior quality.
The chair has an independent headrest, back, leg and lumbar function. It also
has an extended leg rest and a hand wand with a USB port.


The Ludlow Dual Motor Recliner Lift Chair

SRP $2,495
The Ludlow offers you premium comfort with the unique feature of four
individual functions, providing ultimate versatility and superior quality. The chair
has an independent headrest, back, leg and lumbar function. It also has an extended
 leg rest and a hand wand with a USB port.



The Ellipse Lite/ Super Lite Rollator Cup Holder 
SRP $19.95


Happy Occupational Therapy Week!


We'd like to wish all the occupational therapist's an amazing week!
In celebration of OT Week we will be handing out cookie bags in our
Abbotsford showroom. Fisher Lane will also be sponsoring an event on Wednesday
at Monash Medical.


2018 Professional Training Calendar


We are currently in the process of putting together our 2018 Professional Training
calendar which will be released in the upcoming weeks. Please be sure to book in ASAP
 as the high demand left a lot of therapists on a waiting list.


Fisher Lane's Wall of Fame

~Our Everyday Heroes~

“To be inspired you must surround yourself with inspiring things”

With this quote in mind, we’ve decided to create our very own Wall of Fame to
 celebrate inspirational people who often go without the praise or recognition
that they truly deserve.
This month’s nomination for our FLM Wall of Fame comes from our team member
Sean Anderson and we are happy to announce it is Martyn Ashton. Martyn is a
Mountain Biker who is paralysed from the waist down. He is a former British and
World Champion. Martyn spent five months in hospital in 2013 after crashing heavily
 from a three-metre-high bar performing a stunt at a Moto GP event at Silverstone.

The damage to his spine left him unable to walk or cycle. Yet less than three years
after the accident, Ashton has been filmed riding the Fort William track in Scotland.

 During what he calls his “long lie-down” in hospital he insists he somehow always
knew he would ride a bike again, despite accepting that his paralysis was permanent.
I never really thought, ‘I’m never going to ride my bike again.’ I was just thinking:
how am I going to ride my bike again? I don’t like to think about what I can’t do,
but what I can do.”

Congratulations to a very worthy nominee, Martyn Ashton.
You inspire us!


Christmas Gifts


The 2017 Christmas Collection features limited-edition gift sets designed for 
you to share with clients, staff, friends and anyone you’re thankful for this 
Christmas!

Jump on Thankyou's website to see their extensive range of products soon to 
be released on November 1st.