A bath lift gives you the opportunity to continue bathing independently and there are a variety of different features to look out for.
For older adults and anyone living with a long-term health condition, the bathroom can be a hazardous place for slips and falls. Fortunately, there are precautionary steps everyone can take to minimise the risks of falls in the bathroom.
An over bed table can be a great option if you or the person you care for spends a lot of time either in bed or in a chair - like a wheelchair or favourite armchair. Let us help you choose the right one to fit your needs.
Almost everyone is spending most of their time indoors during the lockdown and almost certainly sitting far more than they usually do. If the chairs people sit in do not provide the right level of support, this can cause discomfort.
If you have mobility issues with your hands, such as tremors, painful fingers, swollen joints or paralysis, you may find it harder to prepare food, and enjoy mealtimes. Learn about the eating and drinking aids that may help you.
Now that many people can spend unlimited time outdoors, going for a picnic in local parks and beauty spots has become increasingly popular as we enjoy the warm weather and get outside.
If you’re living with incontinence, its likely you’ll want to understand the condition more, what it is and why it may be happening.
Becoming a carer for someone in your family is not something you generally plan for. Being new to a caring role can be scary and is often something you need to learn quickly, so we've put together this comprehensive guide to help you out.
In need of a kitchen aid but not sure where to start? Read our buying guide for tips and information on finding the right one for you.
Home monitors can offer invaluable support when used in a professional or home care environment to support those who are more vulnerable.
The right rollator can help you feel safer and more confident in getting out and about, but with so many to choose from it can be tricky to know which is best for you. Find your ideal rollator with the help of our handy guide.
Getting out for a walk can be a daunting prospect for your relative if their balance and strength isn’t quite what it used to be. Yet walking is a great way to keep fit and is something that can help with both of those issues.
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There is a way of entering and exiting a car that's safer than other methods. If someone you care for is starting to struggle or finds getting in and out of a car a real issue, these top tips from our Occupational Therapist, Sharon, may help.
Our blood pressure is something that many of us will barely spare a thought on. Often, it will only become the focus when something goes wrong or if it gets picked up at a routine health check.
Getting out and enjoying a picnic with family or friends is one of the joys of warmer weather. The following products may be able to help make your picnic experience easier, so you can relax and enjoy spending time with the people you love.
Walking sticks may initially seem very straightforward to use, but there are best practices for how you should use one to get the most out of it. Learn how to use a walking stick and measure yourself for one.
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