UK’s largest disabled holiday provider Revitalise announce new 2021 holidays as 71% of disabled people* need respite now more than ever
Range of exclusive discounts, lowest deposit ever and a book with confidence guarantee
Revitalise are known as the people who create damn good holidays for disabled people and their carers, and after this most unusual pandemic year, the charity is delighted to return bigger and better and reveal their fantastic 2021 ‘Early Bird’ holiday offers, packed full of entertainment, themed weeks and day trips, with discounts, savings and book with confidence guarantees.
To book a holiday, please head here. Offer ends 30th October 2020.
Andy Simons, Director of Marketing and Fundraising at Revitalise said “All of us at Revitalise are looking forward to welcoming guests back to our holiday centres for some much-needed fun, laughter and great memories combined with the reassurance of expert care support. We all need a break, now more than ever, and guests can be reassured of full flexibility with our Book With Confidence guarantee. We can’t wait to get back to doing what we do best!”
Many disabled people are feeling exhausted and at breaking point after a lengthy isolation and a massive 71% surveyed by Revitalise said they need a respite holiday now more than ever*. They can now start planning their next holiday, and do so safely with Revitalise’s ‘book with confidence’ guarantee, allowing them to cancel or rebook their holiday with absolutely no amendment fees, giving them peace of mind when booking. Revitalise are also offering their lowest deposit ever of £49 as well as half price care support and companion discount saving guests up to £1,107.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, Revitalise have been offering their facilities, care and nursing teams at their recently refurbished Revitalise Jubilee Lodge centre in Essex and Netley Waterside House in Hampshire to support local NHS hospitals, welcoming patients not suffering from the COVID-19 virus in order to free up beds for patients who are, relieving pressure on the NHS and ensuring availability of space for more critical patients.
Revitalise Netley Waterside House and Revitalise Sandpipers in Merseyside have also continued to support disabled people during the pandemic, welcoming guests for urgent care-supported respite. Over the coming months of this year, they are offering respite stays and breaks with adapted activities and entertainment, depending on the up to date government guidelines at the time.
Coming out in support of the move, the charity’s Vice President Dame Judi Dench said: “It is times like these that make me so proud to be Revitalise’s Vice President. Our wonderful NHS is under a great deal of strain, and during this difficult time, kindness and support will help them to fight the crisis. That is exactly what Revitalise are doing. I know how valuable the work they do for disabled people and their carers is, and I am thrilled to see that they are supporting both disabled people and the NHS during such a critical time.”
Many disabled people are supported by one family member, or a private carer who visits them at home, and can very quickly be at risk if that person becomes ill – unable to get support, or even basic supplies.
Anybody who is worried about whether their care support at home can continue, should contact Revitalise, who are able to offer long or short stays with full care support in place.