5 Accessible Date Ideas

Valentine’s Day is here soon, so it’s time to get thinking of romantic date ideas for you and your loved one. Whilst your loved one is obviously the most important aspect of your date, it’s also important to consider the accessibility of where you want to go. A restaurant that has a wheelchair ramp is […]

10 Ways to Cope with Chronic Pain

  Today’s post comes from Alice Garr, who writes about her life with chronic pain over on her blog Notebook And Glasses. Alice very kindly contributed her top 10 tips on coping with chronic pain to be featured on our blog, along with her experiences living with her condition. Thanks again to Alice for her […]

How to Choose the Perfect Walking Frame

A walking frame is a compact and lightweight mobility aid which provides that little bit of extra help and support for you or a loved one. With many different styles and designs, we’ve put together a guide on how to find the walking frame of your dreams and what features to look out for before […]

10 Ways to Make Your Home Accessible at Christmas

Christmas is a busy period for most of us, and having extra guests in the house means catering for everyone’s individual needs and  it’s important that you can adapt your home to suit their requirements and make Christmas enjoyable for everyone. So, with that in mind, we’ve got ten tips and some handy products that […]

Beat The Rush: Our Top Mobility Aids for Christmas Shopping

Christmas shopping can be a stressful activity; picking out the perfect pressies, fighting over the last gift-box and navigating the busy shops. But with the right assistance and a helping hand, shopping for your friends and loved ones is as easy as (mince) pie! We’re sharing our top mobility products that are great for the […]

Living With a Service Dog by Naomi

Today’s guest post comes from Naomi who blogs about her life at That’s Just How I Roll. Naomi’s excellent contribution details her experiences with her service dog and how he helps her with everyday life! Hi, my name is Naomi and I am 17 years old. I am a high school senior with aspirations of going […]

Tips for Wrapping Presents if You’re Visually Impaired

The rush of Christmas can get to us all and wrapping up presents is no exception! If you’re having difficulties with gift-wrapping, we’ve got a few handy tips for how to get your loved ones’ presents sparkling. Get all the supplies you need. Find all the equipment, or ask a friend or carer to find it […]

Tips for an Accessible Winter Holiday

Holidays don’t have to be just in the summer; winter is the perfect time to get away from the gloomy British weather and enjoy a warmer climate! In this blog post, we’re offering our five best tips for an accessible winter getaway to make travelling easier. If flying isn’t your thing, you can travel in […]

Finding The Positives by Chloe Tear

Today’s guest post comes from Chloe Tear, a uni student and cerebral palsy blogger. Chloe’s excellent and informative blog, Life As A Cerebral Palsy Student, talks about her experiences living with CP and discusses the positives of her condition. You can also find Chloe on Twitter at @chloeltear. When initially given a diagnosis for yourself […]

Accessible Wedding Dresses with Mary Elizabeth Bridal

In this blog post, we’re chatting to Mary Allott, who designs accessible wedding dresses for her website, Mary Elizabeth Bridal. Accessibility in the fashion industry has been tackled frequently by individuals wanting comfier clothes to suit their conditions, or dresses that don’t ride up when using a wheelchair. More fashion brands have been listening and […]