Disabled Animal Rescue Worker With Osteoporosis Discovers New Lease of Life


Cliff Quinn, who lives in Cambridge, is 54 years old and has severe Osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis is a progressive bone disease that is characterised by a decrease in bone mass and density which can lead to an increased risk of fracture.

Cliff’s Osteoporosis has affected his daily life by severely restricting his walking capabilities and making standing impossible for him. Having such restricted mobility meant that going outdoors was not an option for a while. However, Cliff was determined not to become a prisoner in his own home and began researching the options that would enable him to regain his freedom.

With the aid of Motability Cliff decided that the TGA Vita 4 mobility scooter would help him recover his independence and give him the opportunity to lead a more social life….read more


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