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November 10, 2014

Top Dementia Products to Aid Home Care in the UK

If you are searching for dementia products UK, there are a number of innovative designs that help to make it possible for those with memory loss or dementia to live independently. Here are some of our best sellers: Clear Display Day Clock This day clock has been designed for those with dementia or memory loss. People with dementia often lose...

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  • November 4, 2014

    The Advantages of Bath Seats for the Elderly and Disabled

    Most people feel comfortable having a bath seat installed in their bath because they feel safer and more secure when they're having a bath. This bathing aid has been proven to have a number of health benefits, such as relieving stress and easing sore or sprained muscles. The use of bath seats allow the disabled, infirm or elderly can enjoy...

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  • October 13, 2014

    Choosing Bathing Aids: Which Bath Boards are Right for You?

    Bath boards are designed to assist you in organising your bathing products so that they are easily accessible, making bathing a pleasant and relaxing experience. Your choice of bath board is a decision that should not be taken lightly and there are a variety of boards available to suit differing levels of mobility and different shapes of bath. Boards may...

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  • October 6, 2014

    Why is the Special Tomato Jogger Stroller perfect for your child?

      Choosing a pushchair for a child with additional needs requires careful consideration. There are a number of practical issues to take into account to make sure you get the right stroller for you and your child. The Special Tomato Jogger Stroller offers high levels of support for your child while being easy to manoeuvre, transport and use in a...

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  • September 19, 2014

    Top 5 Tips to Choosing Bath Lifts for the Elderly

    Bath lifts can provide additional support for elderly people who have difficulty getting in and out. They can help them to maintain their independence and sense of dignity, whilst ensuring that they remain safe whilst bathing. There are a wide range of models on the market and it’s important to ensure you find the right one to suit the individual’s...

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  • September 8, 2014

    Fibromyalgia Awareness Week: Which Disability Aids are Best?

      Fibromyalgia is a long-term and painful illness, but there are a range of disability aids available that can help patients with daily tasks. The condition has no known cure, but by adopting different techniques, sufferers can learn to adapt and reduce the impact it has on their lives.   What is Fibromyalgia? You may never have heard of fibromyalgia...

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  • August 26, 2014

    What type of shower chair is best?

    A shower chair or stool may be required to assist a person with disabilities or other mobility problems. Shower chairs enable them to maintain a level of independence surrounding their personal care by providing a safe and secure method of showering.   There are a number of different models on the market that are suited to particular requirements. When you’re...

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  • August 13, 2014

    Dementia Aids: Which are the Best Day Clocks?

    Dementia affects the memory, so those suffering from dementia often have trouble remembering day-to-day information that seems simple to the rest of us. Often they will struggle to remember whether it is morning or evening. As dementia progresses, they can even have trouble remembering whether it is day or night which day clocks help with.   Day clocks are among...

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  • July 31, 2014

    Rollator Walker vs Regular Walker: What is the Difference?

      The difference between a rotator walker and a regular walker is often a source of confusion for people. Both are mobility aids, designed to assist those with balance or mobility problems to move around more safely. There are several differences between a rollator walker and a regular walker A walker has four legs, all of which must remain in...

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  • July 25, 2014

    Wrist Splint: When Should I Wear it?

    Where people require support or protection for problems such as weak joints, swelling or pain, they may be prescribed a wrist splint. A doctor or physiotherapist may also recommend a splint is worn following an injury to the hand, thumb or wrist. A wrist splint may enable the wearer to rest the affected joint, or offer them support while they...

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