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Bathroom Safety for the Elderly | Bathroom Safety Tips | More Ability
2 October 2018
Slips, trips and falls are common in the bathroom, and unfortunately, they can be fatal. Here, we take a look at five simple ways you can make your bathroom safer.Read More
Therapeutic activities for the elderly | More Ability
24 September 2018
Therapeutic activities are soothing actions that support the well-being of one’s health, despite any underlying conditions. Splitting these activities into three, we’re going to take a look at how art, music and physical therapeutic activities can be beneficial for seniors.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
Are your office toilets letting your company down?
1 August 2018
Guest featured on Small Business, a website that provides advice and useful information to UK sole traders and small businesses, wanted to list an article that focused on how you can improve your office toilets. to help create a happy and productive workplace.Read More
Top Tips For Help Getting In And Out Of The Bath | More Ability
7 June 2018
As we age, bathroom safety and independence can deteriorate significantly, and the longer we put off finding the right solution, the more danger we put ourselves in. Experts in design & installation of mobility bathrooms, here are some top tips for help getting in and of the bath, including a case study of how we helped a customer.Read More
Arthritis; the UK’s most common health related condition - a guide to understanding how it can affect bathing and what you can do about it.
9 April 2018
In the UK more than 10 million people each year consult their GP with arthritic related conditions. Although there are a number of treatments available, including weight management, medication, joint replacement, surgery, physical and occupational therapy, arthritis is a long term health condition and, in the majority of causes, can never be cured.
For the most part, living with Arthritis, is about making changes in order to make life easier, make the management of the pain bearable and transforming the constraints into governable and enjoyable freedoms.Read More