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VAT Relief for Disabled: Everything you need to know

If you’re disabled or have a long-term illness, you may be entitled to VAT relief on products designed to adapt for your own personal or domestic use. In this article, we have put together a list of everything you need to know regarding your entitlement and what steps to take next.  This article aims to […]

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5 gentle exercises for seniors

When spending a lot of time at home, sitting back and relaxing can seem like an easy option. However, in this blog post, we will discuss the top 5 gentle exercises that you can do in your rise and recline chair to help keep you active at home.  Our top five gentle exercises include: Ankle […]

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Extra Wide Recliner Chairs: What are they used for?

There are many chairs to choose from, all of which are for different reasons, in some cases an extra-wide chair is needed. Our extra wide recliner chairs are purposefully made to support extra weight. Sometimes our standard chairs may not be the right fit to sit on for family members who may have various disabilities […]

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Bed aids for the elderly and disabled

Going to bed and getting sleep can be difficult. However, with the help of bed aids, getting to sleep can be made simple. There are many bed aids available on the market. In this article we take a look art some of the bed aids available on the market, which can include; bed rails, backrests […]

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Importance of staying active as you age

Regular exercise is about more than just staying in shape. There are numerous physical and mental health benefits associated with regular exercise and that shouldn’t be ignored as we age. In fact, as we get older it becomes more important in sustaining physical and mental wellbeing. Here are some of the reasons it’s important to […]

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How to maintain independence as you age

As we get older, it can become more and more difficult to complete the daily tasks that we once took for granted. This can be quite distressing, particularly to somebody who has historically been very active or independent and can lead to low moods and lower self-esteem which, in turn, can lead to depression and […]

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