Posted 11th Oct 2018

Symphony to take part in Occupational Therapy Show

11th October 2018 - 08:00am
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Fitted furniture manufacturer Symphony is set to launch its new Freedom multi-generational accessible kitchen concept at the Occupational Therapy Show, taking place at the NEC Birmingham on the 21st-22nd November.

According to Symphony, the Freedom range has been designed “with the user at the forefront” and addresses the recommendations from the Approved Doc-M 2015 (ADM) and Wheelchair Housing Design Guide 2018 (WHDG).

The range has been developed in partnership with accessible kitchen design expert Adam Thomas. “Freedom is available through specialist retailers and merchants throughout the UK,” said Symphony Group marketing head Robert Newton.

“Symphony is launching Freedom in conjunction with The Kitchen Bureau, Cardiff at the Occupational Therapy Show this year. Both companies will be on hand to give advice and guidance on how to create a kitchen design that is right for everyone.”

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