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November, 2019

Preparing to Travel with an Autoimmune Disease

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Autoimmune disease is an extremely broad category of medical conditions, which makes offering helpful advice across the board thwart with difficulties. There’s close to 100 different disorders listed in medical literature include well-known examples such as Type 1 Diabetes, and Rheumatoid Arthritis. The shared thread that ties them all together is that they involve the […]


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How to Keep Warm and Healthy This Winter with a Disability

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This post has been written by Aimee Knight on behalf of Willowbrook Mobility Direct who feature in our Disabled Living Supplier Directory. If you have a disability, you could be more prone to illness, especially in the winter months. Therefore, it’s so important to stay warm and healthy when the colder weather sets in. Keeping […]


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The Links Between Abi Rehabilitation and Sports and Social Life

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Sarah Jones, Senior Associate at Clarke Willmott LLP, attends our In the Dock with a Expert Witness workshop. We recently spoke to Sarah to hear all about the ‘Boots, Balls and Brains’ event discover the links between ABI Rehabilitation and sports and social life.  About ‘Boots, Balls and Brains’ For football fans, those interested in […]


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Disabled Living’s 122nd Annual Meeting

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Last month we commemorated Disabled Living’s 122nd Annual Meeting at Yang Sing Cathay based at Intu Trafford Centre. Throughout 2018-2019, Disabled Living continued to work together to provide information and advice for disabled people, their families and carers to help them achieve optimum independence and self-determination. Chief Executive of our charity, Debra Evans, explained that […]

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