Image credit: Silverline
If you live alone and experience feelings of loneliness and isolation, The Silver Line helpline may be just what you need. It’s a phone line for older people living alone, designed to link you with support services in your local community and it has been rolled out across the UK.
Silver Line is the result of an article written in August 2011 by Esther Rantzen CBE. The SIlver Line website explains how Esther (who founded the
Our Jaunty Leather Wheelchair Gloves
designed2enable’s stylish Jaunty Wheelchair Gloves came about because one of our wheelchair users got tired of wearing cycling gloves when she was going out shopping or somewhere special.
“I’d put on something nice to look good and then have to top it off with these very practical but not very attractive cycling gloves. When I looked for something better there was nothing available, so I decided to have a
Inimove Complex Duo
Inimove is a unique rehabilitation training device used to rehabilitate those suffering from injuries caused by stroke, brain damage, trauma, arthritis and people with ADHD. Using Inimove will improve cognitive ability, co-ordination and strengthen the muscles in the hands, arms and shoulders.
The device is made up of a series of stacked wooden discs – it looks like a quality child’s toy but requires a unique combination
As we march towards another Christmas and the rush is on to find thoughtful gifts for friends, family and loved ones, we have put together our Top Ten list of thoughtful gift ideas and stocking fillers that will be a pleasure to give and to receive.
1) Bosign 2 in 1 Tablet and Neck
At designed2enable we love a product that is multi-functional and so this thoughtfully designed, combo neck and tablet travel pillow, with its modern Scandinavian styling is right up our
Welcome to our new blog page. We hope to be able to share information about products and services that will be useful to you, as well as news and stories about some of the amazing people we meet and hear about.
We were recently inspired by a story in Sail-World about a 70 year old woman who, on her third attempt, successfully sailed around the world single-handed. Intrepid British woman Jeanne Socrates, 70, set off from Victoria in Canada, in October last year. She