Your chance to make the first impression. This is where the relationship with our customers begins.
Be the one who installs the solution in the customer's home and experience how life-changing it can be, first hand.
A "blend" of two positions allows you to be there for your customers every step of the way, from consultation through installation and beyond.
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Investors In People
The Investors in People Standard is a business improvement tool designed to advance an organisation’s performance through people.
Developed in 1990 by a partnership of leading businesses and national organisation’s, the Standard helps organisations to improve performance and realise objectives through the management and development of their people. Since it was developed, the Standard has been reviewed every five years to ensure that it remains relevant, accessible and attractive to all.
Acorn not only has a large presence around the world, it also has a large presence on the World Wide Web. Acorn has a number of websites catering for nearly every language and country in our reach.
With more and more people using the Internet each day to find out information on products and services Acorn felt the need to establish a market leading web presence enabling it to succeed at all levels.
In the News
The American Psycological Association finds that mental health generally improves with age.
Anyone who cares for their loved one has many duties to keep in mind on a daily basis. AARP's Family and Caregiving Expert gives tips.
On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Acorn Stairlifts participated in the Walk to Defeat ALS 2017 at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando, FL.
Acorn Stairlifts is in the business of helping people by providing a safe and comfortable solution for those who struggle on the stairs. In addition, we reach out to organizations that help fight diseases that cause mobility concerns such as ALS. For years, we at Acorn Stairlifts have championed defeating ALS through Walks and the Ice Bucket Challenge.
A new Northwestern University study found that seniors who suffer from arthritis need just 45 minutes per week of movement to help maintain functional independence. This is lower than the Federal guidelines which suggest 150 minutes of moderate activity per week.