Ways to Stay Independent as You Age

Ways to Stay Independent as You Age

It goes without saying that everyone wants to be able to live independently and take care of themselves for as long as ...

Advice for Life After Disability Due to A Work Injury

Advice for Life After Disability Due to A Work Injury

For many people, the prospect of living a full life after becoming disabled is difficult. If you feel this way, it is ...

Making Your Home Accessible

Making Your Home Accessible

Making Your Home Accessible Accessibility in the home is all about making life as effortless as possible. That way, whether it’s a friend, ...

Ways to Stay Independent as You Age

Ways to Stay Independent as

Posted by Michael on May 21, 20151
Advice for Life After Disability Due to A Work Injury

Advice for Life After Disability

Posted by Michael on Jun 11, 20152
Making Your Home Accessible

Making Your Home Accessible

Posted by Michael on Jul 26, 20153
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A guide to compact gardening

Gardening is good for you, according to a new infographic produced by Compost Direct. Older gardeners have a 36-47% lower risk of dementia than non-gardeners. However, with urban spaces on the rise there is less room for people who’d like to get into gardening. Thankfully, there are many ways to grow crops in small spaces … Continue Reading

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Understanding Neuroscience – Benefits for Business Leaders

Understanding Neuroscience – Benefits for Business Leaders Any kind of modern-day executive training covers neuroscience, which is a branch of science that looks at the brain and how it impacts on cognitive and behavioural functions. There is plenty of excitement surrounding neuroscience at the present time and research on the brain is at an all-time … Continue Reading

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disability gardening

How Your Garden Can Be Your Sanctuary

How Your Garden Can Be Your Sanctuary Managing a disability can sometimes make you feel like you need some ‘down time’. It can be hard to find somewhere quiet, peaceful and relaxing when you’re limited by poor accessibility, but have you stopped to think recently that you could be living seconds from your sanctuary? Your … Continue Reading

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disabled travel in the US

Disabled travelling in the US

Disabled Traveling in the US: A Guide The USA has made a lot of progress on considering handicapped travelers. Nowadays, there is easier access for people with disabilities when traveling in America. Almost all buildings in America now have wheelchair access. The best parking slots are now reserved for drivers with disabilities. Elevators now have … Continue Reading

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Support When Caring for a Family Member with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

Dealing with dementia or Alzheimer’s in the family – even more so if you’ve never encountered a sufferer before – can be an incredibly taxing and stressful time in your life. Regardless of how close you were or still are to the affected party, it will have some sort of effect on your life. However … Continue Reading

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Arthritis - Seconds matter

World Arthritis Day 2015

  To mark World Arthritis Day 12 October 2015 and to put themselves “in someone else’s shoes” Premier Care in Bathing have simulated what it would be like to live with arthritis by challenging a set of twins to try an “arthritis suit” for a day. In the video, Seconds Matter, Premier Bathrooms raise awareness of the condition by presenting … Continue Reading

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ASD – Giving Your Child the Support They Need

It can be difficult for a child with ASD (otherwise known as Autism Spectrum Disorder) to hope with the stresses and responsibilities of school. Everyday situations which children are expected to deal with easily can turn into stressful attacks with which there may seem like no escape. People with autism will often find it difficult … Continue Reading

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Rail Travel with physical disability

Rail Traveling with Physical disabilities

There are around 9.4 million people who are classed as disabled in England alone. This accounts for 18% of the general population. With this in mind, it is likely that someone who has a physical disability will want to use public travel to make a journey. This is especially true if they are unable to … Continue Reading

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How architecture benefits the disabled

How architecture benefits the disabled Innovative architecture may not be the first thought that springs to mind when considering how to improve the everyday life of someone living with a disability, but for Croft Goode Architects it presents a whole new challenge in helping to regain some of that all-important independence. We’d like to take … Continue Reading

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Different forms of domestic abuse

Different forms of domestic abuse

According to information released by the Office for National Statistics, domestic abuse continues to be a problem in many homes in the UK. In 2015, approximately 1.4 million women and 700,000 men were victims of domestic abuse; statistics that will be of great concern to those working in social care jobs. Domestic abuse, which can occur in different … Continue Reading

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