January 3, 2017

Caregiving: The Costs, Concerns & Choices

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  • November 22, 2016

    Making A Positive Awareness In The Media: 12 Actors With Disabilities

    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 particularly evident in Hollywood films...

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  • September 8, 2016

    A Day In The Life Of... A Mobility Scooter

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  • July 20, 2016

    25 Useful Apps for Dementia Patients and Carers

    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 difficulty controlling their emotions. Some...

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  • July 13, 2016

    Best Value Products to Increase the Comfort of Your Home

    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 your home can indeed cost...

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  • July 12, 2016

    40 Ways to Stay Active in Your Golden Years

    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 active and enjoying life.No matter...

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  • June 15, 2016

    How to be a good carer

    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 give them, so it’s vital that you know how to provide that level of care. We’ve put together some tips to help you be the best carer you can be Continue reading →

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  • June 6, 2016

    Carers Week 6th – 12th June

    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 respite care and financial help, it is nevertheless a tough job to do, both physically and emotionally. Continue reading →

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  • May 12, 2016

    The Comprehensive Guide to Outdoor Sports for the Disabled

    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 a few ingenious ideas when...

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  • April 22, 2016

    Don't keep depression under your hat: learn how to manage it effectively

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