Children’s disability charity Whizz-Kidz has partnered with digital agency Strawberry to relaunch its website, for a fresh and intuitive user-experience, with a greater focus on parents and young disabled people.
Whizz-Kidz’s new ‘Parents’ section will form a one-stop-shop for all of the charity’s mobility equipment and life skills services, with an online Parents Network in development.
Whizz-Kidz CEO, Ruth Owen OBE, said: “By ensuring young disabled people and their families are able to access the best information related to their mobility, Whizz-Kidz hopes the site will help empower them to make more informed decisions relating to their own care. We are determined to give our supporters and stakeholders a smarter, faster way of accessing our expertise. We also want to work more widely with the NHS via our new Healthcare section, so together we can transform the lives of more disabled people in the UK.”
The new website is the latest in a series of recent innovations – including Whizz-Kidz’s Child in a Chair in a Day initiative and its new smartphone app.
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