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How to choose the right mobility scooter

August 5, 2019

If you have limited mobility, then you may find that a mobility scooter can give you the independence and autonomy that can make your life a bit easier. A motorised scooter can make everyday tasks, such as a trip down to the shops or attending a local appointment that much more convenient. However, there is […]

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How to prevent pressure injuries, bed sores or ulcers

July 1, 2019

A pressure injury or bed sore is an area of skin that suffers damage due to unrelieved and prolonged pressure. This can occur due to spending excessive time in bed as a result of an illness, injury or limited mobility. Pressure injuries have four stages of severity. They can occur quite quickly so it is […]

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Reasons to get a power chair

June 3, 2019

Having mobility issues presents challenges that most people never even consider. For many people, mobility issues are just a part of everyday life and getting on with life is their priority. There are a range of mobility aids that can assist you, with different solutions suiting different circumstances. Regardless of your situation, ease of use […]

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5 Different Mobility Ramps and Their Everyday Uses

May 6, 2019

When people are fully mobile there are a number of things that they take for granted or tend not to consider. One of those things is accessibility and the difficulty involved in getting from one point to another. We’re not just talking about how we move either. Everything from getting into a car to getting […]

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The Best Manual Handling Techniques and Equipment

May 6, 2019

Moving people who are in nursing homes or hospitals or who are otherwise suffering from permanent or temporary mobility impairment requires manual handling. This can be for simple things like adjusting them to reduce the risk of pressure sores, to moving them from their bed into the bathroom or from their mobility chair back into […]

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Patient Lifters. Are You Servicing Yours?

April 1, 2019

If you are a professional carer, or work in a nursing home or hospital then chances are that part of your daily duties includes using a variety of handling equipment. Like any equipment that consists of moving parts, lifting equipment is prone to wear and tear. If left unrepaired, worn and damaged equipment can have […]

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