Christine, who loves to live life to the full, has ten years experience in financial accounting and ten plus years in Financial Planning and Analysis. Christine previously worked in the chemical and the medical industries. These days her role at Invacare involves financial planning for business, reporting of results, and interpreting numbers.
Christine loves a good challenge, and happily her role at Invacare offers lots of them! “There is always room for improvement and you can be involved in so many areas if you are willing and have time to do so.”
Invacare's sponsored athlete, Kurt Fearnley, was named co-captain of the Australian athletics team on Tuesday with the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games just a fortnight away. Wheelchair-racing champion Fearnley and Olympic-gold medalist Sally Pearson have been chosen to lead the 109-strong track-and-field squad from April 4. Read full article below: http://www.theherald.com.au/story/5295194/fearnley-named-athletics-leader/
Invacare's very own Zak Rehman had the pleasure of being able to make a great change to the daily life of Mr. Bandari on behalf of Invacare, describing the experience as extremely humbling. 80 year old Mr. Bandari is a multiple stroke patient who has lived with the condition for the past 15 years.
Featuring revolutionary Ultra Low Maxx and LiNX technologies, the TDX SP2 is the perfect mix of functionality, customisation and style that adapts to your body, needs and desired lifestyle. Boasting unrivalled comfort, drive performance and manoeuvrability. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXm9uizV8vQ
July 25, 2017 In recent years, Invacare has been leading a transformation journey that places the consumer and customer at the center 24/7/365.
With an uncompromising focus on quality, service, and talent, Invacare is building solutions that demonstrate a long-term commitment in empowering its customers. It is now easier to do business with Invacare. Effective immediately, Invacare Corporation is now able to make and sell power and manual wheelchairs from its Taylor Street facility without restriction under the Consent Decree.
Bundaberg's Rheed McCracken has finished the year in style with an award at the Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association dinner on Friday. Recognised for his two medals in the 100m and 800m in the T34 class as the Rio Paralympics, McCracken was named as the junior male athlete of the year by the association.