Our Company Story


The story behind why N.ableD was created begins with our Founding Director, Nadine Denneth, who in 2013, became a carer for her father after he was hospitalised for 3 months for Bipolar Disorder.  Her father’s admission to hospital, however, did not result in an improvement in his mental health.  Unfortunately, it had the exact opposite outcome.  An over-prescription of medication, which continued for several years in the community, lead to her father experiencing severe physical decline and cognitive impairment, resulting in him being no longer able to work or take care of himself for the foreseeable future.

During the next few years that followed, Nadine struggled to find a suitable service that could support her father to restore his physical health, mental wellbeing and hope for a brighter future.  She was looking for something that simply did not exist.  Thankfully, that is no longer the case. 

As a result of her own personal and professional experience working as a Specialist Exercise Therapist, Nadine specifically created N.ableD to address the gap in the rehabilitation sector so that people didn’t have to go through what she and her father went through. 

“As N.ableD’s Founder my mission is to prevent what happened to my dad from needlessly happening to anyone else.  Our service can and has changed the lives of many people who had previously given up hope of being able to recover from their injury, debilitating health condition or hospitalisation, who are looking for a way to get their health back on track holistically.

Our team of specialist, yet compassionate, exercise professionals, physiotherapists and nutritional therapists work collaboratively to support people who want to become physically and mentally well again.  I know from both personal and professional experience that starting the journey of taking back the control of your own health and wellbeing will certainly go a very long way to ensure that both you and your loved one’s quality of life is preserved…well into the future.”

Mission & Values

Our mission is two-fold: to help bridge the gap between the rehabilitation and health & fitness industry, and advocate for exercise and nutritional therapy to be available as both a viable treatment offering and preventative measure in the health and social care sector.  Ultimately, we won't stop until everyone has the right to informed choice regarding their own healthcare.

Our core values at the heart of our organisation are all about:

Our aim is to inspire and empower our clients to live their lives to the fullest; to become role models for those in similar circumstances to them; to help our clients to better themselves personally and learn how to take ownership for their health and wellbeing.

We see our clients as the unique individuals that they are, as opposed to seeing people as their illness or injury.  We treat our clients as though they were extended members of our own family and will endeavour to ensure our service is the very best it can be for our clients.

We believe strongly in supporting our clients to feel part of their local community, which is why we help to bring the ‘outside’ inside by directly helping our clients to explore all the options they have available to them in the pursuit of their health goals and mental wellbeing.

Corporate Social Responsibility

At N.ableD C.I.C we take our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) very seriously which is why we reinvest 65% of our profits so we can achieve our ultimate mission, which is to bridge the gap between the private rehabilitation/health & fitness industry and the public health and social care sector by making our service available for the treatment and prevention of illness and injury.

We aim to make evidenced-based health interventions, such as ours, much more widely available to people whenever they are faced with an illness or injury that is showing no sign of improvement in circumstances where perhaps regular exercise and nutritional therapy has not been tried by the person first.

We are so committed to changing the status quo in the treatment and prevention of inactivity-related diseases, such as Stroke, Dementia, Type 2 Diabetes, and Obesity, that we are committed to making our mark in supporting specific Global Goals, also known as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), where we feel we can make a direct impact in improving people's quality of lives.
The SDG’s we are supporting are Good Health & Wellbeing (3) and Reduced Inequality (10) as we believe that having greater access to services that can make a direct, positive impact on someone’s overall health and mental wellbeing will lead to reduced inequality and good health and wellbeing, thus making our world a much more even playing field for all to enjoy.