Category: News

Spinal research grants launched

New research grants have been launched with the aim of improving quality of life for people with spinal cord injury.

“The whole process was shocking”

Families affected by motor neurone disease are fighting a losing battle for accessible housing and home alterations, as Ethan Sisterson reports.

The key to a good night’s sleep

Sleep is hugely important to a child’s wellbeing – but many conditions make it challenging and, in some cases, even dangerous. Enter Kinderkey Healthcare, which is fighting back through pillow power, clever design and years of continual improvement.

A bundle of fun for all the family

A unique product is giving children and young people with disabilities the freedom to go out and enjoy life, whatever the weather.

The next gen-air-ation of sensory spaces

PODS are pop-up, themed sensory spaces for children. Although designed for any child to enjoy, they are ideally suited to helping children with sensory needs, physical disabilities and learning difficulties…

Behind the cloak of competence

Almost 100 brain injury case managers took part in a recent study investigating the influence of the Mental Capacity Act on their work with brain injury clients. Here Sophie Moore reports on the results.

Marching to a new beat

Daniel Thomas, joint managing director at Chroma, on how music therapy can help military personnel and their families.

Precision Rehab to showcase powerchair range at the OT show

With over 25 years’ experience in the assessment, sales and servicing of powerchairs, the Precision Rehab team work closely with the client, their occupational therapist, family members and anyone else who may be involved in their day to day care to ensure they get the powerchair which meets all their requirements.

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