7 Daily Living Aids That Could Help Your Carer

It’s been an open discussion for several years that carers deserve the means to make their jobs easier, and in turn, help make the person they care for’s lives easier. We’ve put together just a few products from our website that could help your carer in the day-to-day.

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Accessible Homes of the Future

The number of households where the oldest person is 85 and over is growing faster than any other age group. Visit our interactive house, to find out about future trends on all things accessibility in the home.

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3 Activities to Change Your Daily Routine and Prevent Dementia

A growing number of people in the UK are suffering from dementia. According to statistics, there are 850,000 people with dementia in the country, and the numbers are expected to rise to over one million by 2025. This terminal condition is now the most common cause of death among women in the UK. Scientists have yet to find a cure for this cognitive disorder, but the good news is that there are things that you can do to prevent dementia or lessen the risks of having it. Some of these activities won’t only prevent you from developing dementia, but doing them can even change…

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Manage At Home are proud to support the AT Home campaign

The AT Home campaign is a collaboration amongst the 14 Local Authorities covering the West Midlands, supported by companies who operate in this market. The campaign aims to encourage people to think about how independent living and mobility equipment, also known as Assistive Technology, can help you, or someone you care for, to continue to live independently in a healthy and safe environment at home.

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A Guide to Walking Stick Handles

Our range of walking sticks includes wooden, DerbyHandlealuminium and foldable options, designed for every need and lifestyle. The style best suited to you will depend on whether you plan to use your walking stick often or occasionally, and whether you’re looking for light support or something that can help significantly with balance, like a tripod cane. To help you choose, we’ve put together a quick guide to the various walking stick handle shapes that we offer, and outlined their advantages.

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Five Ways to Support Painful Wrists

Painful, stiff or sensitive wrists can render everyday tasks far more difficult than they used to be, whether the pain is the result of a long-term issue (such as arthritis, repetitive stress, or carpal tunnel syndrome) or a recent injury. Gripping handles or carrying heavy objects, in particular, should be avoided in order to prevent any additional strain on the joint. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together five helpful tips for those adapting to sensitive wrists, to help make life a little easier around the home. Ergonomic Handles Look for ergonomic grips on everyday tools, which will make them…

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