It seems that we all have an inbuilt biological schedule that means there’s a ‘right time’ for each of us to do certain things and keep healthy. This can make it tricky if your daily routine goes against your natural body clock. So, what can you do to make things a little easier?
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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.
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.
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?
This April saw the sudden emergence of a mini heat wave with temperatures creeping towards 30C. One particular risk the hot weather brings is heat stroke. To help protect against it here’s a guide on prevention and treatment of the condition.
Many of us often plan to pick up a hobby but never get around to it. If you’ve been putting off taking up a new interest here’s why you should take the plunge and how to find the right one for you.
Food waste is one of the areas of daily life that most of us hate contributing to. However, there are simple adjustments you can make to your food habits from shelf to plate to help you reduce how much you chuck away.
We often talk about the big-ticket mobility accessories we provide at CareCo. However, smaller adjustments can be made to make your home more accessible.
Losing keys and forgetting plans are some annoyances we all experience. But, a few simple techniques can help you have fewer moments of bad memory.