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Bathroom Adaptations For The Visually Impaired | More Ability
17 December 2019
When it comes to adapting bathrooms for visually impaired users, there are five key points that must always be considered. One of the highest-risk areas in the home, it is crucial that the risk a bathroom poses for the visually impaired, and how to safely adapt them, is fully understood.
How to Shower With a Cast | How To Keep A Cast Dry In The Shower| More Ability
18 November 2019
Keeping your cast clean and dry is the best way to promote the healing of an injured limb or a broken bone. With that said, it’s paramount that you continue to shower and bathe to avoid infection, which becomes increasingly difficult with a cast.
Understanding this we’ve put together this short guide on how to shower with a cast and how to keep a cast dry in the shower, wherever it’s located on your body.Read More
Autism and Bathroom Issues | Sensory Processes | More Ability
2 May 2019
Someone with autism sees, feels, hears and interacts with the world differently. A spectrum condition, autism has varied levels of severity and can affect people in many different ways. A lifelong developmental disability, when the body’s sensory processes are affected is when autism and bathroom issues can arise.Read More
What Is The Best Exercise For Seniors | More Ability
20 March 2019
It is vital to know and practice what the best exercise is for seniors for as we age our lean body mass naturally decreases resulting in less tone and muscles that are unable to contract. In this article we aim to highlight what the best exercise is for seniors whilst answering common questions in an attempt to eliminate any misconceptions.Read More