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 People tend to act like getting older is the worst thing in the world, but it certainly doesn’t have to be. There are plenty of reasons to be positive about old age and there’s no reason you can’t still live life to the full and have a whale of a time. So whether you’re planning on […]

Travelling can be stressful and difficult at the best of times – Having to navigate busy airports full of people rushing around paying no attention to anything but their goal of making it to their gate on time. Now take that hectic experience and imagine having to navigate a busy airport in a wheelchair, or with […]

Table of Contents What is a chronic illness?​Chronic Illness DefinitionAcute Illness Vs Chronic Illness – What’s the difference? Types of Chronic Illness​Is Chronic Illness a Disability? Coping With Chronic Illness​​Stages of Coping with A Diagnosis Coping Strategies for Chronic IllnessLiving with Chronic Pain​​​​How to Deal with Chronic PainChronic Illness and Mental Health​Depression and Chronic Illness​Post Traumatic Stress Disorder […]

View Infographic What is Loneliness? When we talk about loneliness, we’re often actually talking about social isolation. These are two separate but interconnected phenomena that impact old people particularly:Social isolation describes a lack of social contact, for instance not seeing friends and family for a long time.Loneliness refers to the subjective feelings experienced by an individual […]

Travelling and exploring different places around the world is a source of joy and excitement for many people. Travel presents opportunities to broaden your horizons, meet new and interesting people, and create memories that will last a lifetime.However, for people with disabilities, travel can be more of a challenge. Contrary to the common misconception, this […]

A disability is defined as any physical or mental condition that has a ‘substantial’ or ‘long-term’ negative effect on a person’s ability to carry out normal daily activities. This means the exact nature of disability isn’t at all uniform and can range from visible disabilities like paraplegia and cerebral palsy, to invisible ones such as […]

 Arthritis is an umbrella term that refers to joint inflammation and its associated rheumatic symptoms. There are over 200 rheumatic diseases identified by this term, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and fibromyalgia. Although it’s most common in the elderly, it can strike at any age. All arthritic conditions can cause pain, swelling, stiffness and difficulty moving […]

 In recent years, brain-training technology has taken on a life of its own and grown into a multimillion pound business. Now widely available on mobile devices, these apps take the principles of physical fitness and apply them to the mind. If we’re going to exercise our bodies, why ignore our minds? It’s true that brain performance […]

While some may lament about growing old, you know better than that. Your twilight years can be some of the best of your life if you know how to live them to the full, and you most certainly will know after reading our infographic. There are a range of benefits that you can take advantage […]

As well as providing exercise and boosting energy levels, gardening has a whole range of benefits for you to make the most of no matter what your age! Whether you have your own garden, flat, communal garden or an allotment, get outdoors and enjoy nature and start reaping all the benefits for your physical and […]

February is heart month, so what better way to mark the occasion than by taking a look at some of the most common myths and facts when it comes to heart health. No matter what your age, your family history or your lifestyle, you still need to be aware of the potentially fatal disease that […]

A caregiver (either unpaid or paid) is someone who helps another individual with an impairment of some sorts. Did you know that there are currently around 6 million people in Britain helping and supporting their family, partners or friends who are ill or disabled? This is particularly shocking as the care they provide is usually […]

The awareness of disabilities and long-term illnesses in the media has risen considerably in the last few years, where actors with disabilities are making a positive impact and landing key roles regardless of their disabilities. There’s an ongoing argument where non-disabled actors are playing disabled roles, even though real disabled actors are available, which is […]

​ Say hello to Mrs.S, the mobility scooter! She’s here to open up a whole new world for you or a loved one and take you on a journey of how getting a mobility scooter can increase one’s accessibility and make a huge difference when it comes to getting out and about with ease and […]

Dementia is an umbrella term that describes a set of symptoms including memory loss, difficulties with problem solving, language, thinking, and concentration, as well as periods of mental confusion, and changes in personality and mood. People with dementia may become apathetic and lose interest in activities that they used to enjoy, or they may have […]

When it comes to creating a cosy environment, well-chosen home products can be the details that make the entire difference.We all want a home that we can come to from work or school and feel completely relaxed on the spot.But it’s not that easy…A comfortable setting requires time, attention, creativity and, of course, a budget.Reinventing […]

Maintaining an active life is essential at all times, regardless of your age.Even if you have succeeded in gathering an impressive number of years, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t continue living life to the fullest.Of course, certain physical impediments might come up along the way, but you can tailor your lifestyle to continue being […]

How to be a good carer

June 15, 2016

Caring for an elderly or disabled loved one is one of the most challenging, yet rewarding, jobs you can do. However, providing full time care can take its toll on you, which can then lead to a drop in the quality of the care you provide. Your loved one deserves the best care you can […]

Many disabled people depend on family members and friends to care for them some or all of the time. Often carers make the decision to leave their jobs, or work part time, in order to care for loved ones who are disabled. Whilst there is some help out there for carers in the form of […]

Athletes with disabilities will face some additional challenges when practicing sports but that doesn’t mean that outdoor sports for the disabled are out of the question. There are many options for getting some fresh air and exercise that disabled athletes can choose from for their next outing. Adjusting to disability can be made easy by […]