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5 Top Tips for Travelling with a Disability

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This blog post has been written by Michael Morris from InsuranceWith. He shared his top tips with us on travelling with a disability. As summer is quickly approaching, it might start to conjure up images of jetting off abroad on holiday. However, having a disability can mean there are further steps needed before you book […]

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From Donkeys to Innovators: 120 Years of Disabled Living

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We are delighted to announce that our ‘From Donkeys to Innovators: 120 Years of Disabled Living’ exhibition is officially open at Redbank House. We would like to invite you to come along to our public open days for From Donkeys to Innovators on Friday 13th April, Monday 16th April and Tuesday 17th April, 10.00am until 3.00pm.  A […]

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Gareth Brown Tells Us How Small Things Can Make a Huge Difference

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This Story of the Month has been written by Gareth Brown, Development Manager at AAT GB Ltd.  In October 2017, we received a video clip from an OT from Northern Ireland. She was making an enquiry about buying a Chillibean. This is one of our Stabilo vacuum posture cushions. Nothing unusual in that, it is […]

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Raising Awareness of Bladder and Bowel Problems for Teen Health Week

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This blog post has been written by Davina Richardson in relation to Teen Health Week. The awareness week runs from Monday 19th March – Friday 23rd March. Bladder and bowel problems are common in people of all ages, but are rarely discussed. This increases embarrassment and anxiety and makes it more difficult for teenagers to […]

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Would Your Staff Really Embrace Single Handed Care?

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Could you answer all their objections by the time you have finished reading this article? How do you get your staff to embrace a new way of working? Bringing about changes at work isn’t an easy thing to do. Some staff will embrace any changes you introduce; they trust you and know that you will […]

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Why You Should Come and See the New XRover at Kidz to Adultz Middle

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At the start of 2018 a new 3-Wheeled All Terrain Stroller landed in the UK. Available exclusively from Specialised Orthotic Services Ltd (SOS), the XRover is one of the safest and most practical rough terrain buggies on the market. SOS will be exhibiting at all of the Kidz to Adultz exhibitions in 2018. This includes […]

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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Yang Sing Cathay

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Would you like to win a portion of spring rolls to enjoy at Yang Sing Cathay in the Trafford Centre? As Chinese New Year commences on Friday 16th February, we wanted to let you know of something very exciting! Yang Sing Cathay are teaming up with the Trafford Centre for this annual tradition. They are […]

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Kath’s Experience of Almost 4 Years Working on a NICE Guideline

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This post explores Kath’s experience of working on a National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guideline. Her journey began almost 4 years ago. This is when Kath became a Lay Committee Member on transitions from hospital to home for people with social care needs. It was very interesting to see that despite us […]

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