Our Partners

We will be partnering with many businesses, groups and charities to bring you the best possible benefits as part of your Axis membership. Below you will find a list of our current sponsors and a link to their website.

Access Advisr

AccessAdvisr was created to provide an unbiased, real-world view of how easy-to-access different places and transport stops are for disabled people.

https://accessadvisr.net/

Commando Active

Commando Active delivers unique personal & group training and fitness services with a team of instructors that commands pinnacle success in each of their own field - a team which strives to meet all goals no matter the challenge or ability. 20% discount - exclusively available to Axis members.

http://www.commandoactive.com/

Euan's Guide

The aim of Euan’s Guide is to empower disabled people by providing information that will give confidence and choices for getting out and about. Euan’s Guide is an alternative to hours of web searching and phone calls and, most importantly, removes the ‘fear of the unknown’ when visiting a venue for the first time.

http://www.euansguide.com/

LimbPower

LimbPower offer relief to the physically disabled by aiding rehabilitation and improving the quality of life through the medium of recreational and competitive sports and arts.

http://www.limbpower.com/

Active Hands

Manufacturer of gripping aids for people with weak grip or limited hand movement. Assists with the use of exercise equipment and activities. 10% discount on your first order - exclusively available to Axis members.

http://www.activehands.com/

Dorset Orthopaedic

Dorset Orthopaedic has the size, strength and skills to help you live life without limits. With experience of meeting the needs of complex cases, fitting the most advanced electronic and Bionic technology available and recognition as a world leader in silicone solutions, Dorset Orthopaedic is passionate about delivering exceptional products and customer care.

Blue Badge Style

This unique social network includes the person with the disability, their friends and family. "We want to encourage disabled people to go out and ‘enjoy life’ by providing information on what to do, where to go and what to buy, whatever the disability, whatever the style."

http://www.bluebadgestyle.com/