Barbara lives alone. Because of her asthma, emphysema and arthritis, leaving her house is a major undertaking. With no regular visitors and no budget for entertainment, Barbara can feel very isolated. Luckily, Barbara's social worker asked WaveLength to send Barbara a television and a radio to keep her company.
Felicia was a dance teacher until a tragic accident changed her life.
Susie and Kirsty live in Harrogate, in an assisted living house provided by Henshaws Society for Blind People.
'Knowing that there is someone out there, giving TVs like that, to help mothers like me, meant the world.'
As digital televisions replaced analogue, WaveLength was right beside vulnerable people helping them adapt to the new technology. For instance, our CEO Tim visited Mr O’Brien, who lives in sheltered accommodation in London, with his mobility severely restricted by arthritis.
Jim, 73, has lived all his life in the beautiful but remote Highlands of Scotland. But last year, his life was devastated in one blow when his house burned down.
Katherine lives alone in London. Severe disabilities make it hard for her to leave her house or even use her hands - but she loves our accessible TVs!
I enjoy watching TV a lot. I watch all sorts of programmes and could not live without my TV. Thank you.