Chronic fatigue syndrome – or myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) – is a condition that is often misunderstood. Because of its complexity treatment is very difficult to tailor effectively for each individual who has it.
Month: May 2018
Encountering an inaccessible area while using a mobility scooter is incredibly frustrating, made even more so by how often it can happen. Fortunately, you can buy a number of different ramp types to help you make many inaccessible areas accessible.
If you’re considering heading abroad this summer, specifically in Europe, but you’re concerned about wheelchair accessibility then you needn’t worry. Many beautifully scenic European cities have a good reputation for wheelchair accessibility. Here are some of the best.
If you’re someone who struggles with seeing screens then there are various settings you can adjust on your computer to make things easier to view. If you have vision difficulties here are the steps for setting up your computer.
Throughout the winter months its not that uncommon for mobility scooters to be stored away for long periods. Here’s how to inspect and prepare yours for the spring season.
Taking a holiday when you have disabilities involves an enormous amount of planning. However, although no holiday can be totally free of planning, a caravan getaway can be a much simpler way of getting some R and R.
Using a walking frame incorrectly can mean you aren’t getting its full benefits. To make sure get the most out of your walking frame here are some tips about what you might need to do.
As holiday season approaches you may be browsing potential destinations to jet off to. These travel mobility scooters are specifically designed to be easy to transport making them perfect for holidays.
Access to public transport is a lifeline for those who have a disability, providing essential and invaluable independence. But what are your rights when it comes to being refused access to a public vehicle?
If you’re a mobility scooter owner it’s important to be aware of the responsibility to drive the vehicle safely. To ensure that you’re as unlikely as possible to have an accident we’ve put together a mobility scooter driving guide for situations both indoors and out.