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2020

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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Baywatch Results Reveal Disabled Parking Abuse

Disabled Living are pleased to support Disabled Motoring UK’s Baywatch Campaign. Read all about the latest results below. In August, DMUK asked the public to help us with our Baywatch Campaign by completing a survey on their parking experiences over the past 12 months. The results have now been calculated. DMUK would like to thank […]

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Kidz to Adultz and Redbank House Exhibit at Disability Awareness Day (DAD)

Virtual event site and marquees at the 2020 Disability Awareness Day

Kidz to Adultz Exhibitions and Redbank House  (part of Disabled Living) are thrilled to be exhibiting at Disability Awareness Day (DAD). We look forward to promoting our services at this online event and will be located on stand M5. Disability Awareness Day (DAD) is recognised as the largest annual event of its kind in the […]

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Are You Sitting Comfortably?

Child on AAT GB posture cushion

This is a guest blog for Disabled Living written by Peter Wingrave, Sales Director at AAT GB Postural support: it’s one of the biggest headaches for carers and healthcare professionals, how to balance appropriate cushioning with health and wellbeing. Treating pressure sores costs the NHS £1.3m/day(1). Before that stage is reached, how much time do carers- […]

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Sensory-Friendly Halloween Costume Ideas

For some individuals, Halloween can pose extra challenges. Although dressing up can often be something to look forward to, itchy seams, tight collars, restrictive masks, or strong-smelling face paint may be unbearable for those with sensory issues. Costumes bought from shops may be particularly uncomfortable. However, making simple sensory-friendly costumes is a great solution for […]

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How Motability Cars Cater for Drivers and Passengers with Disabilities

motability cars

This is a sponsored post written by Stoneacre Motor Group. The Motability scheme is relatively unknown to many in Britain, but for more than 600,000 of us, a Motability vehicle is life changing. You probably already see Motability vehicles every day even if you may not realise so and you may certainly know someone who […]

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DMUK Baywatch Campaign

disabled parking

This is a guest blog written by Heidi Turner on behalf of DMUK for Disabled Living.  DMUK’s Baywatch campaign, which looks into levels of disabled parking abuse at supermarkets, is changing format for 2020. A common problem for many disabled motorists is not being able to park at their desired destination, especially at their local […]

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Care Available for Disabled People

person reading with carer outside

This is a sponsored post by Country Cousins for Disabled Living’s blog about care for disabled people. Sometimes, having a disability can sometimes be very limiting and make day to day tasks difficult to complete. Fortunately, there are a number of care options that you can take advantage of to make your life easier to […]

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