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5 Days Out Near Changing Places to Enjoy in the Sun

young girl in wheelchair on the beach with her friend

This blog post has been written by Sarah Colley from Felgains Care Equipment & Mobility. They offer a range of mobility and independent living aids that can help you get out and about this summer.  Hallelujah! The sun has taken its hat off and it finally feels like the long, wet winter finally might be […]

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New Finance Prices for Bariatric Training Mannequins Confirmed

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This is a guest blog written by Chris Jarratt. Bariquins can now announce the finance-assisted rates of ‘Barry’ and ‘Benny’ and their accessories, like clothing and storage boxes. The lease/hire and hire/purchase options can help spread the cost of obtaining a single or multiple mannequins. For the basic Bariquin, the lease/rental finance payments are calculated at just £197.67 + […]

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Exploring the British Countryside from a Wheelchair’s Seat

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This post has been written by Lucy Wyndham. England has a countryside that is both beautiful and accessible. Though many worry about wheelchair accessibility, in recent years numerous innovations have made exploring the British countryside easier than ever. While many have adapted the natural landscape to be easier to navigate, others still have used ponies […]

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Learn About How the Turna by Accora Works

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This is a guest blog by Angela Sutherland, Training & Development Assistant at Accora. Angela got in touch with us firstly to introduce herself. And secondly, to tell us all about Turna and how it works. As Accora are part of our Supplier Directory, we thought this would be a great opportunity to spread the […]

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Home and Life Modifications for Disabled Parents

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This is a guest blog written by Ashley Taylor. She offers her advice on the challenges that disabled parents can face.  Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. You’re getting to know a new person who depends on you completely. And they will grow up to be an […]


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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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