INDESmed Colourful Ergonomic Crutches
Spanish company INDESmed are a young, dynamic group of engineers, specialised in bio-engineering and medical devices who are well equipped to create functional and stylish mobility aids.
The INDESmed crutches are the latest addition to our online shop and have already proved to be very popular with our customers. The ergonomic crutches are manufactured with either carbon fibre or aluminium shafts and
Garden Scoot - Gardening Seat with Wheels in Lilac
Gardening is a hugely popular hobby that many people enjoy and it can be a great activity in retirement, to keep you fit and healthy. Spending time in the fresh air is a wonderful form of relaxation, but gardening can be physically hard on your back and knees, and it can be quite challenging for anyone with reduced mobility or who are unsteady on their feet.
Garden Scoot - Gardening
Torch Light for a Walking Stick / Cane
Our two new handy, safety gadgets for walking stick users are very useful for fall prevention.
If you are unsteady on your feet and use a walking stick or cane, it can be too easy to trip up in the dark. A torch light that can be attached to your cane can be a great asset, particularly in the middle of the night when you need to get to the toilet and you don’t want to wake the whole house! Simply
How Homecare Services Can Improve Quality of Life for Disabled People
Living with a disability can make everyday tasks challenging. Regular daily routines can be strenuous or tricky – things like getting dressed in the morning, cooking meals, and bathing might not be possible without help.
For many disabled people, homecare provides the ideal solution, allowing them to retain much of their independence while also benefiting from the support and aid of a care worker.
Flipstick in Dayglo Pink
Flipstick could become your perfect travelling companion, taking the strain when your legs are tired or you need a short rest. Whether you are standing in a queue, waiting for a bus or enjoying an outdoor festival or concert, Flipstick is there to support you.
The comfortable walking cane handle doubles as a seat and the whole unit fits easily into the carry bag that is supplied when you purchase your Flipstick. The
Blogging is a great way to share stories, information, personal experiences and practical advice from all corners of the world. It can bring people together in remarkable ways, particularly when the article is uplifting, inspiring or even when they touch a nerve and are hard to read for their brutal honesty.
When a blog is written about something personal, such as dealing with a medical condition or life changing experience, good or bad, it gives the reader an insight
image: John Mundy @golfphotostore
Shinrin-Yoku is the medicine of simply being in the forest. As a remedial tonic to the over-stimulation of modern life, this practice of “forest bathing” or “taking in the forest atmosphere”, of taking a walk, breathing in the fresh air, opening our senses and feeling contact with the earth and our natural surroundings has become a cornerstone of preventative health care and healing in Japanese
We recently had the pleasure of being invited to visit the factory of Ponte Giulio, one of our accessible bathroom suppliers, which just happens to be in Italy! They didn't have to ask us twice (well, actually they did because we didn't think we had heard correctly the fist time)!
We flew out on the Thursday afternoon and were met at the airport by Marco and Massimo who then drove us the one and a half hour journey to their beautiful
Srin Madipalli, CEO and Co-founder of Accomable.com, the ‘Airbnb for disabled people’, shares his top tips for the best accessible city breaks in 2017.
Barcelona City Centre
Barcelona –best for couples, culture vultures and foodies
Travel as a wheelchair user is rarely straightforward, but last summer I came to the conclusion that Barcelona is probably the most fun and accessible place in Europe I’ve visited.
Meditation is another practice recently added to our never-ending list of things that we could do to improve our lives and our wellbeing, and is quite possibly the easiest, most simple of them all, but in many ways it is also the most challenging.
You would think that we would be able to find the time and the inclination to sit for as little as a couple of minutes a day and just do nothing. In fact, you would think it would be a welcome relief from the chores of everyday