Wheels to Work offers scooter hire for people who struggle with transport to get to and from work, college, and training.
Lately, we have seen an increase in social care workers hiring from us. They use the scooter to visit their clients daily and find it an affordable, reliable, and efficient way of travelling.
Due to this recent uptake in hirers from the care industry, we were contacted by Skills for Care. They wanted to know more about our services.
They offer support for the adult social care industry in England and work with the government, employers, and other partners to help provide the highest quality of care.
Following our initial discussion, Skills for Care asked if we would participate in a national case study as a
transport solution for care workers.
The case study involved two of our long-standing care industry clients. They were asked questions
about the benefits of Wheels to Work as well as why they chose us. Once the information was collated, Skills for Care wrote a case study including a report from a care provider looking to us to support their
This case study provided an insight into the benefits of scooter hire for the care industry.
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