How Accessible Is Public Transport?

Most of us use public transport in our lives; driving in cities can be stressful and long-distance journeys can often be shortened by getting the train instead. Many of us often take public transport for granted to the point where we might not even think about how difficult it is to use if you’re living […]

Here Comes The Sun!

With summer officially less than a month away (21st June), we’ve decided to gather a list of fun and exciting activities perfect for the warmest season, that are also accessible for everyone! It’s important that everyone should be able to enjoy the benefits that summer has to offer, regardless of their age or ability, so […]

MS: A Contribution from “Stumbling In Flats”

As World MS day is a week tomorrow, we’ve teamed up with Barbara Stensland, a published author and blogger at Stumbling In Flats, which details her day to day life living with Multiple Sclerosis and how it affects her life. In this blog contribution, she’s provided valuable tips and advice for others going through the […]

Iconic Walking Sticks in History and Fiction

Walking sticks are more than just a mobility aid – they can be a way to express style! Go all the way back to Ancient Egypt and you’ll see many Ancient Egyptian gods depicted in hieroglyphics carrying walking sticks and staffs. Men in the Middle Ages carried walking sticks to connote power and justice, whilst […]

The Icing on the Cake

The Great British Bake Off is back on the airwaves this year with a whole new feel, but you can still feel like a Star Baker from the comfort of your own home with our wide range of food preparation products! Our selection of items cater towards everyone, regardless of ability, to aid and assist […]

5 Ways to Make Your Business More Accessible

Today’s blog contribution comes from Invalifts, a company whose products have been used in buildings throughout the UK, such as shops, museums and universities. Their lifts are specially designed to fit into difficult spaces or small floor plans, therefore providing much better accessibility in buildings, especially in the workplace! Read on for their five easy ways […]

Do Your Bit For Deaf Awareness Week

This week it’s Deaf Awareness Week, so we’re focusing today’s blog on ways you can help, donate and find products to aid you or someone you know who lives with a hearing impairment. More than 900.000 people in the UK are severely or profoundly hearing-impaired and by 2035 it is estimated that there will be […]

Save On Wheelchair Cushions!

Our fantastic sale extravaganza is still on over at Amazon, where you can find great deals on wheelchairs and accessories! Add a splash of colour, comfort and style to your wheelchair with this two way support cushion! It comes with an attractive check patterned cover, which is guaranteed to suit any environment, and you can […]

Check Out Our Video Guides…

If you haven’t already seen, we’ve been busy creating handy step-by-step video guides on how to assemble and use some of our products! Our current and future videos are available to view via our YouTube channel and are specially made to give you clear and concise help, when you receive your product. Using videos as a guide […]

Green-fingers: How To Grow Your Own Tomatoes by Jackie Edwards

We’re all about gardening this month, so we’ve teamed up with guest writer Jackie Edwards to tell you how you can grow your own tomatoes! Jackie’s handy guide is the perfect way to ensure your produce is tasty and delicious, and easy for everyone to grow. If you follow Jackie’s advice and grow your own […]