Information & Advice
In a world that often measures success by physical ability and appearance, it's crucial to highlight the remarkable strength and resilience of disabled individuals. Disability is not a limitation but a unique characteristic that shapes one's perspective and potential. In this blog, we aim to celebrate the indomitable spirit of disabled people and shed light on a relative subject: Assistive Technology.
Living with a mobility impairment can be challenging both physically and emotionally. Coping with the limitations imposed by a mobility impairment can be difficult and can cause a wide range of emotions, including frustration, sadness, anger, and fear. In this blog post, we'll explore the emotional impact of mobility impairments and provide some coping strategies and support resources that can help.
Choosing the right wheelchair is essential for improving mobility and independence for individuals with mobility impairments. In this blog post, we'll explore the factors to consider when choosing a wheelchair that meets your needs, from determining your requirements and lifestyle to selecting the right type and size, and considering accessories.
Living in a city can be an exciting and dynamic experience, but for individuals with disabilities, accessibility is a crucial factor in determining their quality of life.
Fortunately, the United Kingdom has made significant strides in improving accessibility in many of its cities. Here are some of the most accessible city locations in the UK that prioritize inclusivity and provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to thrive.
Measuring yourself for a wheelchair is an important step in ensuring that you have a comfortable and healthy fit. In this post, we'll guide you through the steps for measuring your seat width, seat depth, back height, and footrest length. We'll also explain why it's important to measure your doorways to ensure that your wheelchair can fit through them. Whether you're a new wheelchair user or looking to upgrade your current chair, these simple measurements can help you choose the right wheelchair for your needs.
We all have things that we love to do, and whether that is simply reading or cooking, or something more adventurous, it’s very good for our mental health to pursue the things that bring us calm and enjoyment.