April 27, 2015

The Go-To Guide For Alzheimer’s and Dementia Aids

  The Go-To Guide For Alzheimer's and Dementia aids offers a range of the best resources from around the web, including in depth resources covering a range of topics surrounding Alzheimer's and Dementia, along with tons of useful pieces of advice and devices that can help those dealing with Dementia, and not forgetting the people who are caring for those with the...

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  • March 12, 2015

    Autism: Facts and Statistics [Infographic]

    Although autism only affects around 1% of the world population at the moment, it's one of the fastest-growing developmental disabilities in the world. Most of you will have heard the words "autism" or "autistic" at some point in your lives, and a lot of people often ask the question, what is autism? Autism is a lifelong disability which mainly affects...

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  • March 9, 2015

    Guide to Walking Frames for the Elderly

      One of the difficulties that can be encountered by elderly people is reduced mobility. Sometimes a little more support is needed to help with getting around, and a walking frame is often the answer. There are various alternative types of walking frames for the elderly. Here we look at the factors you need to consider before buying and the three...

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  • March 2, 2015

    5 Memory Aids for Dementia Patients

      One of the most distressing symptoms of dementia can be memory loss. As well as making life difficult for people with dementia, it can also cause problems for other family members and carers. However, there are various memory aids for dementia patients that can help to stimulate the memory and improve the quality of life for people with this...

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  • February 27, 2015

    Choosing a Wheelchair

      Choosing a wheelchair is much more challenging than most people might imagine. There is so much to think about. Luckily there are some attractive and stylish models on the market, which will help you to feel comfortable as well as happy and confident.   Choosing a Wheelchair: What You Need to Consider 1. Firstly, how, where and when will...

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  • February 10, 2015

    Mobility Scooters: The Dos and Don'ts

    The use of mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs has rocketed in recent years, with estimates suggesting that in the UK alone about 300,000 people own mobility scooters. An ageing population is one factor for the increase, but it's not just the elderly who find them beneficial. People with disabilities or mobility issues often use one of these vehicles for getting around...

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  • January 21, 2015

    A Guide to Commodes for the Elderly or Disabled

    A commode can provide toilet facilities for those who are incapacitated and unable to easily get to the bathroom. There are a variety of different styles and designs available. Here we have put together a guide of commodes for the elderly or disabled to help you figure out what is best for you.   Standard Commodes for the Elderly or...

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  • January 9, 2015

    Deluxe Pedal Exerciser: Improve Circulation & Strength

    If you are looking for a workout regime that is gentle yet effective for toning the upper and lower body, then the Deluxe Pedal Exerciser is a great choice. Lightweight and incredibly portable at just 2kg, the Deluxe Pedal Exerciser is small and compact enough to be transported or used at home, in the office or in a clinic setting...

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  • December 20, 2014

    Home Safety Solutions for Limited Mobility

    For people with limited mobility, navigating the home can become a challenge. Steps and stairs might be more difficult, or completing daily tasks can become increasingly harder. Fortunately, there is a range of solutions available for every room of the house, which are specifically designed to prevent limited mobility from affecting quality of life. Ramps for Limited Mobility Ramps are...

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  • December 10, 2014

    Top 5 Mobility Aids for the Winter

      The winter months are particularly challenging for everyone, and especially for those people who suffer from mobility issues. The worst of the British weather leads to an increased possibility of slips, trips and falls, while the wind and rain seems to be able to permeate clothing with ease. Therefore, we have compiled a list of the top five mobility aids...

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