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What is Trusted Assessor Training?

people attending a trusted assessor training course

This blog was written by Disabled Living’s Occupational Therapist, Jayne Watson. A lot of jobs require you to keep up to date with regular training. However, the type of training may differ depending on the organisation. Is E-learning the only approach that is expected of you to keep up to date with ongoing changes? Do […]

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Disability-Friendly Places to Visit in the UK

London Bridge Disability-Friendly Attraction

This is a guest blog post written by Ellie for Disabled Living. England boasts many world-famous attractions. For people with limited mobility or accessibility needs, finding access to ramps, lifts, toilets and other concerns are huge considerations.  With some planning, people with disabilities can still visit a lot of fantastic attractions in the UK. To […]

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An Exciting Year Ahead for Changing Places

Changing Places accessible toilets

This is a guest blog by Rise Adaptations for Disabled Living. The campaign for an increased number of Changing Places toilets to be installed across the UK looks set to have a great year, following on from several key campaign successes in 2020. Changing Places toilets are a much-needed facilities for people whose needs can’t […]

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How to Combat Stress During Unprecedented Times

Person combatting stress by meditating by the sea and sunset

This is an article written by Jayne Watson, an Occupational Therapist at Disabled Living. Due to unprecedented times, is stress causing you to feel lethargic, emotional, motivationless with minimal interest to do anything? During our lives, we all experience some form of depression, low mood and fatigue. However how we deal with it may be […]

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How to Stay Healthy This Winter

elderly couple in snow

With the long evenings and cold days looming upon us, it is important to keep yourself as healthy as possible this winter. As we get older, changes to our body mean that cold weather and winter illnesses may affect us more than it used to. Read on to discover some helpful tips on how to […]

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5 Best Audiobooks If You Are Raising A Disabled Child

woman listening to audiobooks

This is an article written by Annabella at 10 Audioz for Disabled Living. Parenting can be a challenging aspect of life. Nevertheless, parenting kids with special needs can sometimes pose extra challenges. At first, they need to learn about their child’s disability. Parents will do a lot of locating, research and access resources and effective treatments. […]

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Eliminating Bacteria and Viruses with Sterilight Robots

Sterilight Robots

This is a guest blog by Grant from Sterilight Robots. Sterilight Robots was proud to be able to assist Redbank House and Disabled Living with a specialist disinfection using the Model X autonomous robot. It uses high power UV-C bulbs by Phillips and an internal HEPA filter to eliminate bacteria and viruses within the air […]

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