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  1. 11 Jul

    Housework for Wheelchair Users

    Doing housework from a wheelchair is possible, though it is not practical. Nonetheless, some of us insist on doing it.

    To make household chores more accessible, choose those that you can and should do. Don't force yourself to do chores you can't or shouldn't do because it will just harm your body or make you too tired or cranky to do more rewarding work.

    If you can afford it, get a housekeeper to come to your house every week. However, if you're stuck with it, here are some tips on how to make housework doable:

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  2. 3 Jul

    Travel Tips for Power Wheelchair Users

    Traveling around the world is a life-changing experience, which should be available to everyone. However, those with limited mobility often struggle to navigate in a world that contains many barriers. Still, it doesn’t mean that you can’t travel like the rest of humanity.

    In today’s modern technology, the new designs of power wheelchairs enable users to easily manoeuvre even in tight spaces, and fold them small enough for easy storage. This type of power chairs are a worthy investment if you want to embark on an adventure and see the world.

    But first, there are things you must consider when you

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  3. 2 May

    2 in 1 Rollator and Transit Chair: The Rollator of Choice for Age-Related Walking Weakness

    As people get old, doing activities, even something as simple as walking, can suddenly test your physical capabilities in new and unpleasant ways. The invention of rollators made it possible to walk with less effort, without the burden of lifting a standard walker. And the best type of rollator for people who quickly get tired of walking is a 2 in 1 rollator and transit chair.

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  4. 12 Apr

    Healthy Ageing: Steps to Maintain Independence as You Age

    Healthy ageing and how to age in place are foremost in many seniors’ minds. This article aims to help you and your elderly loved ones enjoy retirement age.

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  5. 24 Mar

    Features to Consider When Buying Power Wheelchairs

    The ability to move on your own to obtain pressure and postural relief is good for everyone. You can find these features in everyday seating, like ergonomic office chairs. You can tilt them, recline them, as well as change the shape of the seat and back.

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  6. 12 Dec

    Top 7 Christmas Gifts for Disabled

    Give the Gift of Mobility this Christmas

    Thinking of gift ideas can be a real headache for many people, especially if the recipient has limited mobility. In your hunt for the perfect gift, you do not want to end up giving something that would make you seem insensitive to their needs and limitations.
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  7. 14 Nov

    6 ways to stay sane while caring for an aging parent

    Caring for your parents is very necessary as they become weaker with time. Their body becomes much more sensitive, so it requires some better care.

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  8. 13 Jun

    Rollator Safety Tips

    Safety for rollator users, both young and old, is vital. Here are some rollator safety tips that work with different rollators and walkers.

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  9. 18 Apr

    What is Personal Independence Payment (PIP)?

    Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a type of aid for people, 16 to 64 years old. This benefit helps them with the extra costs of a long-term health condition or disability. It’s gradually replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA).

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  10. 4 Apr

    Home Safety Tips for Older People

    Despite the range of care options available, there's an increasing number of older people who are choosing to stay at home.

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