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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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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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Cooper’s Journey with Cerebral Palsy

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January’s Inspirational Story goes to, Kerrie Keen, 37 years old who talks about her son’s journey with cerebral palsy. Kerrie is married to her husband, Owen and is a proud mum to her 15 year old son and 4 year old identical twin boys, Cooper and Lucas. If you would like to catch up with […]

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Say Hello to Queen Alexandra College at Kidz to Adultz Middle

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The following is a guest blog by Queen Alexandra College (QAC), who are exhibiting at Kidz to Adultz Middle on Thursday 15th March 2018 at Ericsson Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena in Coventry. Representatives from the College will be on stand V16.  QAC is a National College for People with Disabilities based in Birmingham providing education, […]

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5 Questions About Life with Muscular Dystrophy

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You may remember that we featured a guest blog in November last year about a young woman with muscular dystrophy. Since then, we’ve discovered another young woman, Carrie Aimes, founder of Life on the Slow Lane, lifestyle and disability blog. Carrie has lived with muscular dystrophy for 29 years (her whole life). And we took […]

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Remap Are Changing Lives with Innovative Design

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Remap is a charity that helps disabled people achieve independence and a better quality of life by designing and making equipment for their individual needs. Last year the charity helped over 3,500 people in this way and gave the equipment free of charge in every case. The charity has a network of skilled volunteers who […]

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