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Why Lee Kingsberry Is Our Story of the Month

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Did you read our previous Story of the Month? For August’s feature, we are sharing a story about Lee Kingsberry who has caught our eye this month. Lee is a man with cerebral palsy who wants to make a change. He doesn’t believe in a world where people should be stared at because they’re a wheelchair […]

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Theraposture to Demonstrate Its User-Centric Approach at Kidz to Adultz Scotland

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Theraposture, the leading specialist for tailor-made adjustable beds, chairs and care cots, will be showcasing its considered approach to parents and disabled children at Kidz to Adultz Scotland. The event takes place on 14 September and Theraposture will be at stand D5 at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB. Theraposture has been the considered choice […]

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SWAN UK Are Exhibiting at Kidz to Adultz Scotland

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SWAN UK (syndromes without a name) is the only dedicated support network in the UK for families of children and young adults with undiagnosed genetic conditions. We are run by the charity Genetic Alliance UK. Approximately 6,000 children are born in the UK each year with a syndrome without a name – a genetic condition […]

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The Importance of Disseminating Information to Your Service Users

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This blog is written by Jayne Watson, one of our Occupational Therapists. Disabled Living host 5 of the largest exhibitions for kids and adults with disabilities. The exhibitions are a great way of finding information on equipment relevant for the individual to remain as independent as possible throughout the different stages of their lives. Not […]

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How Cerebra’s Accessing Public Services Toolkit Works

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Cerebra tell us about the launch of their new Scottish Accessing Public Services Toolkit which will take place at our Kidz to Adultz Scotland event. About Cerebra We’re the charity that works with families who include children with brain conditions. We listen to them; we learn from them, we work with them. We carry out research, […]

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A Life with Autism by Rebekah Gillian

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This week we have a guest feature by Rebekah Gillian, a blogger who writes about her experiences with autism as well as her interests and hobbies. We asked Rebekah some questions below for her to be able to give us more of an insight to what her life is like with autism. At what age […]

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3 Ways Colouring In Can Help Children

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Colour Therapy can be an effective method of helping people with a wide range of health issues. It can help to improve physical, mental and emotional problems, relaxing a person. Certain colours can help children sleep, think, and concentrate. When I think about colouring, I often refer back to my childhood. A time when colouring […]

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Why Motor Neurone Disease Doesn’t Stop Jason

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This Story of the Month to Jason Liversidge. Jason has Motor Neurone Disease (MND) but doesn’t let anything stop him from accomplishing new challenges. When you’re diagnosed with MND, you become aware of the many affects the disease can have on your body. It affects the nerves in brain and spinal cord. Some people can […]

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