Our work has been vetted and will be continually monitored by Buy With Confidence, which is a partnership of Local Authority Trading Standards Services. The scheme covers local businesses which have given their commitment to trading fairly. Every business listed has undergone a series of detailed checks before being approved as a member of the scheme.

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The Old Crumpet Factory

16 Brockham Lane


Surrey RH3 7EL

01737 845630


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What is a Trusted Assessor?

A ‘Trusted Assessor’ is a person who, when trained, will be able to assess for and prescribe a simple solution or a basic piece of equipment to meet the needs of an individual.

It is the Government’s vision that this will alleviate both Occupational Therapists’ time and also waiting lists. This will comply with the new reforms in Transforming Community Equipment and The Retail Model.

The Disabled Living Foundation is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living since 1969. DLF has worked hard to tailor their training to meet individual job roles  - this could be, amongst others, Handy Persons, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Retailers and Housing Associations.

Independent Home Solutions’ handy person service technicians have all undergone this training so that they can confidently and safely provide and fit equipment, rails and ramps. An essential element of this training is to know when NOT to fit these items if there is any assessed risk or detrement to the customer.

Their training consists of:

Module 1:  Safety issues in the provision and fitting of basic equipment

Module 2:  Assessing competently and confidently

Module 3:  The environment and how minor adaptations can assist with independence

Module 4:  Living with disability