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April 22, 2016

Cerebral Palsy: Stats and Facts

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  • March 4, 2016

    Invisible Disabilities

    What Are Invisible Disabilities?The term ‘Invisible Disability’ or ‘Hidden Disability’, is an umbrella term that captures a whole spectrum of hidden disabilities or challenges that are primarily neurological in nature, they are adequately named ‘Invisible Disabilities’ because they’re not plainly visible to the eye. People with invisible disabilities are often confronted by people as ‘fakes’ or ‘imagining their disability’ all...

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  • February 17, 2016

    Disabilities and Working: Finding & Continuing To Work

    People with disabilities may be concerned about the limited job prospects they will face when seeking employment. However, there are training and support programs that can help disabled job seekers to increase their chances of finding work. Disabled job applicants and employers are guaranteed fair and equal treatment by the Equality Act 2010: regardless of what your physical or learning...

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  • December 17, 2015

    The Comprehensive Guide to Travelling with a Disability – A Disabled Travel Guide

    With so much more of the world being accessible than ever before, having a disability shouldn’t stop you from travelling to these far flung and exotic places. Our comprehensive disabled travel guide will make sure you have all the information you need to make your next holiday your best.​ Whether you’re looking to travel long haul to Asia or for...

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  • October 22, 2015

    45 Powerful Mobile Apps for those with Disabilities

    With millions of people all around and a range of different disabilities and needs, it's important to know how we can utilise today's technology to better improve our health and well being, which in a nutshell is why we decided to create this post.​It's well known that there is no shortage of applications to benefit those with disabilities, but we...

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  • October 20, 2015

    Winter advice for vulnerable people

    Autumn is well under way now, and once the clocks go back this weekend we’ll really start to see the colder weather setting in as we head towards winter. For most people, autumn and winter come and go without much of an issue. However, for the more vulnerable people in society, such as the elderly, disabled, and those with long-term health conditions, the colder weather can lead to a number of problems. Continue reading →

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  • September 17, 2015

    15 Disability Travel Blogs That Will Inspire You

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  • August 27, 2015

    The benefits of play for adults

    Children spend a lot of their time engaged in playful activities both alone and with other children; but somewhere between childhood and adulthood many of us lose the ability or the desire to play. Have you ever been amazed at the imagination of your child, or wondered how they remain calm in stressful situations? It’s all down to play. It’s...

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  • August 20, 2015

    Blue Badge Company to appear on Dragon’s Den!

    Here at UKS Mobility we’re proud to one of the chosen stockists of Blue Badge Company products, along with big names including Boots, Halfords, and the Post Office. Their innovative range of products includes handcrafted disabled parking permit holders, Radar toilet keys, walking stick bags, wheat warmers, and lap trays. Continue reading →

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  • August 7, 2015

    The Ultimate 7 Step Guide to Buying a Mobility Scooter

    When buying a mobility scooter, there are many different elements to consider before committing to a purchase.   Whether it’s for you, a friend or a family member, our ultimate guide to buying a mobility scooter will make the buying process incredibly easy for you.   With technology advancing quicker and quicker, there are many types of mobility scooter to...

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    Bathmaster Deltis Bathlift

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