Our COVID-19 Response
We continue to do our best to support you.
This includes visits using NHS Trust procedures that help to protect yourself, those around you, and ourselves. We are also trying to minimise time spent in your home, often performing work outside of them (including in gardens).
We understand that you may not wish us to visit in person. For this, and indeed anywhere else possible, we will try to assist remotely using other means, including phone calls and Team Viewer.
Please feel free to contact us if you wish to discuss this, or any other matters.
NWAT HELPLINE: 0151 529 2022.
North West Assistive Technology (NWAT) is a regional service commissioned by NHS England to provide Environmental Control equipment for adults and children with complex physical disabilities and long term medical conditions.
NWAT's main aims are to maintain and improve independence, quality of life, safety and participation.
Our multi-disciplinary team is led by Dr Ganesh Bavikatte Consultant (Rehabilitation Medicine) and Clinical Lead. Serving a population of 6.7 million people in the Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside, Lancashire, and South Cumbria regions, the team comprises:
- Service Lead
- Technical Lead (Engineer)
- Rehabilitation Engineers
- Occupational Therapists
We are based at Aintree University Hospital part of the Liverpool Foundation Trust, with a close association with the Walton Foundation Trust. We have links across the region to Teaching Hospitals, Social Services departments and Third Sector organisations such as MNDA.
Helpline 0151 529 2022
University Hospital Aintree
North West Assistive Technology
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