All about disability – and the aids that can help.

Browsing Month 'January, 2012'

Sold Home For Sale Sign in Front of New House

Moving house is one of the most stressful activities a human being can undertake. Whether you’re moving across the street or to an entirely different continent, the process of packing your worldly possessions into boxes, organising all the details and transitioning your life to fit into a new home can really wear a person down. […]

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Disabled Handicapped Shower

By Denise Watson For many people with disabilities, grab rails can provided much needed stability and reassurance when navigating difficult or slippery areas of the home. Here at the Disabled Shop, we offer a wide selection of grab rails to help prevent accidents and keep you independent in your own home. However, proper installation of […]

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Eyesight-Article

By Denise Watson When eyesight goes wrong, it leaves you with a myriad of changes and, though it is impossible to generalise, you are almost always left with a need to re-assess your lifestyle. Doing so may also affect the lives of those close to you, as shared responsibilities become less accessible or you find […]

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camper-van

By Steff Green   In a previous article on Travelling with Disabilities, I’ve talked about the benefits of hiring a campervan for traveling. My husband and I are planning our next annual adventure, and it was while on the phone to the campervan hire company I suddenly thought if we used one so often, we […]

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