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Author: Sally Madeley-Carr, OT

Sally qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1996 and is a well-respected professional in the field of rehabilitation equipment and living aids. She has worked in private practice and within the NHS, developing a broad experience with adults and children. Click here for Sally's registration with the Health and Care Professions Council. The HCPC regulates health, physchological and social work professionals in the UK.

18 Feb 2020

Clever Adapted Cutlery Makes A Difference At Mealtimes

There are a number of health conditions which may make it difficult to eat with standard cutlery. Hand and arm tremors, reduced strength or limited...

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12 Feb 2020

Choosing Practical Disability Aids for Balance in the Bathroom

Growing older brings a host of new challenges which we may not see coming. As our strength, balance and flexibility starts to reduce, some daily ta...

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7 Feb 2020

6 Tips for the Correct Use of Forearm Crutches

Using crutches in the correct manner is important. Whether you are recovering from an operation or injury, or you need them for a chronic condition...

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21 Jan 2020

Aids to Help Elderly People Spending Prolonged Periods in Bed

Issues like arthritis, back pain and joint stiffness can lead to difficulty in getting in and out of bed....

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16 Jan 2020

Your Buying Guide for Toilet Assistance Products

Losing one’s balance or strength because of a medical condition can make using the toilet more diff...

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10 Jan 2020

Top 5 Pieces of Equipment to Safely Get In and Out of the Bath

The ability to keep yourself clean is one of the basics of maintaining independence in old age. However, ...

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6 Jan 2020

Six Key Mobility Aids To Get From A to B

This is an introduction to the main categories of mobility aids designed to help someone walk witho...

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