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Funding Your Bathroom Adaptation: Grants For Disabled Bathrooms
15 November 2018
The main reason many people put off adapting their bathroom is due to the financial cost involved. However there are many options available to you from help and support to government schemes and grants for disabled bathrooms which may help ease the financial burden.Read More
Bedroom Safety For The Elderly | More Ability
20 August 2018
Experts in the design and installation of easy access bathrooms an shower rooms, we’ve taken some time to review bedroom safety and outlined some important tips to follow to ensure it remains a safe space to rest and relax.Read More
Removing the barriers & detailing the considerations to up and moving to the lower levels of the home as a result of mobility issues.
24 May 2017
Making the decision, or accepting the need / requirement, to move downstairs can be a daunting consideration however upon doing so will inevitably make life easier, safer and more enjoyable for you and your loved ones.
With many obstacles to over come and decisions to be made this article has been created to help remove the barriers while detailing the considerations to up and moving to the lower levels of the home as a result of mobility issues.Read More
Dementia Friendly Bathrooms – how to create yours.
22 September 2016
An estimated 800,000 people are living with dementia in Britain with a further 163,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Dementia is a syndrome associated with an ongoing decline of the brain and its abilities to function.
Critically dementia can lead to a
diminishing ability to perceive danger and as a result the bathroom can become
a dangerous and confusing place however there are a number of things that can
be done to make it a safer and less challenging space.
LEEDS: Working towards a city for all ages to ensure the elderly population are able to change with the times and be involved, socially engaged, independent and happy.
20 May 2016
Being an independent senior, living in a big city perhaps some distance from family, can be a lonely situation. It’s not as easy to get about, the hustle and bustle can be stressful and somewhat daunting to the point of potentially isolating one’s self for the fear of the unknown.
Times have changed and quite dramatically in the last decade but what have we done as a nation, no, what have we done as a city to ensure the elderly population are able to change with the times and be involved, socially engaged, independent and happy?Read More
Caring for an elderly parent – an emotional, complex and financially strained rollercoaster
22 April 2016
The UK population is ageing with current predictions indicate that by 2034 23% of the UK population will be over 65. This, of course is great news, however doesn’t come without obstacles.
With an increasing number of seniors comes an increasing number of seniors in need of care. In fact, the number of people aged 65 and over in need of some form of care and/or support in order to continue to live safely and independently is set to increase to 1.7million over the next 20 years. This is the major obstacle that we must overcome.Read More