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Introducing...
the Stay at Home Range!

March 2020 / Other

With the low footfall that you may be experiencing in this difficult and trying time, we would like to offer support to our retailers and their customers by promoting our Stay Safe at Home range.

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Independent Living Aids help with simple daily tasks to increase the quality of life and independence of the user. We can provide products to assist in the kitchen, bathroom, toilet, living room, bedroom as well as helping to maintain well-being and a healthy lifestyle.

We hope that you will download the PDF via the link below and use it in your digital marketing activity, be it Social Media, Email Campaigns or a link from your website.

Please click here to view our Stay Safe at Home Range

Should you be sharing the Stay Safe at Home Range digitally, please also find this banner, which may be of use for your campaign. 

We recommend the currently tranding tag of #StaySafe at this time.

Don't forget that we can still offer delivery DIRECT to your customer's door!

If you are a Retailer with any questions or would like to place an order, please contact your Regional Account Manager or order online.

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COVID-19
Helpline Details

March 2020 / Other

The first daily COVID-19 briefing took place on the 16th March, with the PM asking us all ‘to go further’, as the country deals with the challenges of the Coronavirus crisis.

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We want to connect with customers and keep them up to speed with what Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare are doing to ensure that we continue to provide the quality of service our customers have come to expect.

 

Contact our COVID-19 ‘helpline’ set up specifically to answer your queries on how we are managing the challenges arising from the pandemic.

 

Click here or put the address into a blank email to contact the helpline: covid19helpline@drivedevilbiss.co.uk

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Working From Home
Top Tips!

March 2020 / Other

With home working being implemented where possible due to the spread of COVID-19, employees are now tasked with trying to be just as productive without their normal resources and routines.

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Therefore, here are some 'Top Tips' for home working:

1. Keep your normal daily routine.  Just because you're not commuting to work doesn't mean you should skip your weekday routine. This helps you to mentally prepare for the day ahead and gets you into the 'work' mindset.

2. Create a comfortable workspace environment that enables you to avoid any distractions and allows you to leave work behind at the end of the day.

3. Ensure you get some fresh air; you're likely going to spend a lot of time indoors. Open your windows to let in as much natural daylight and fresh air as possible, take short walks if this is possible.

4. Stay connected with your colleagues.  If you work within a team, make sure to keep in touch.  Besides email, it's a good idea to set up regular phone calls or use 'Teams' as an alternative to Skype or Face Time.

5. Fight the urge to multi-task.  Don’t let chores distract you from being productive, you wouldn’t be doing them if you were at work.  The same goes for other distractions such as the TV even if it's just used for background noise.

6. Prepare for disruption.  It's difficult enough to get work done if you have children at home, but even harder with younger kids like babies and toddlers. Still, it's not impossible if you plan ahead and have some flexibility.