How Pharmaceuticals Companies Ensure the Safety of Their Products

How Pharmaceuticals Companies Ensure the Safety of Their Products

Modern medicine is one of the technological innovations that improve people’s quality of life. It affects every one of us on a ...

A Person’s Experience With Aphasia

A Person's Experience With Aphasia

Connect - the communication disability network is a charity that helps people with Aphasia, a communication disability which occurs when the communication ...

5 health warning signs you shouldn’t ignore

5 health warning signs you shouldn’t ignore

Our bodies normally tell us when something is going wrong, but when should you listen to it and take the right action? ...

How Pharmaceuticals Companies Ensure the Safety of Their Products

How Pharmaceuticals Companies Ensure the

Posted by Michael on Oct 6, 20141
A Person’s Experience With Aphasia

A Person's Experience With Aphasia

Posted by Michael on Oct 13, 20142
5 health warning signs you shouldn’t ignore

5 health warning signs you

Posted by Michael on Dec 10, 20143
disability injury at work

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 important to know that you are not alone. Depending upon the type of injury, you may be facing a life that requires help, care, or ongoing medical issues, but you can still have … Continue Reading

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KD Smartchair

KD Smart Chair – Standard Wheelchair Model Review

The KD Smart Chair is a new innovative product that is highly beneficial to wheelchair users. Their Standard model actually weighs only 50 pounds and supports passengers weight of up to 265 pounds. It folds in seconds and can fit into your SUV, car and small closet easily. It makes things a lot easier to … Continue Reading

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old age independence

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 possible. While there are a number of things you can do to stay fit and healthy, there are also many adaptations and services that can make life easier and help you live in … Continue Reading

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private wheelchair properties

What to Look for in Private Wheelchair Friendly Properties

What to Look for in Private Wheelchair Friendly Properties It can be incredibly challenging to find disability friendly homes anywhere, even in London with its millions of inhabitants and properties. Social housing includes a number of properties which have been specifically designed to cater for wheelchair users and others with individual needs though. These are … Continue Reading

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Benefits of orthopaedic beds

Benefits of an orthopaedic bed for people with mobility issues

Thousands of people in the UK experience mobility issues, some of which can make completing even the most basic tasks difficult. Many turn to common mobility aids such as grab bars in the toilets, scooters, and stair lifts. Most people don’t think about beds when they think about mobility aids, but they should. There are … Continue Reading

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Family assessing care quality

Family Guide for Assessing Care Quality

As our loved ones grow old, we often find it difficult to figure out how best to care for them. Should we let them choose where they want to live? Should we take them into our own homes, or place them with a caregiver who has medical expertise and fully equipped facilities? What if your … Continue Reading

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wheelchair access

Wheelchair Access Vehicles; What Do You Need?

When people find it medically and physically necessary to drive with the use of adaptive devices, it must truly be a relief to find a company who says “Look no further! We have Wheelchair Access Vehicles; What Do You Need?” GM Coachwork Group is one such company who strives to answer that question for many … Continue Reading

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Cerebral Palsy facts and figures

Cerebral Palsy Facts & Figures

Cerebral palsy (CP) is the term for neurological conditions that can affect movement and co-ordination. Neurological conditions are caused by problems in the brain and nervous system. Specifically, cerebral palsy is caused by a problem in the parts of the brain responsible for controlling muscles. The condition can occur if the brain develops abnormally or is damaged … Continue Reading

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Accessible Debit Card

NatWest Launch Accessible Debit Card

NatWest and RBS Launch Unique Accessible Debit and Savings Card  NatWest and RBS have recently announced that they have launched the first ever accessible debit and savings card, designed specifically for partially sighted and blind customers. These new cards have been created to tackle common problems that partially sighted and blind customers face including: The … Continue Reading

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understanding meltdowns and behaviour

Understanding the triggers of challenging behaviour

When a child or young adult with autism spectrum condition explodes into an emotional meltdown it can feel like the entire world stops. To help understand the triggers, a vital part of the work undertaken at specialist schools and residential services is focused on helping build effective coping strategies. Meltdowns are not tantrums to be … Continue Reading

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