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Mobility News

Company set to help elderly holidaymakers with adapted accommodation

10th May 2016

A startup company hopes to make travel accommodation more accommodating for those with reduced mobility and the elderly.


Access for everyone on organised walks in Lincolnshire

9th May 2016

From May 21st until June 5th a series of short, long and gentle walks will inspire young and old to take a stroll through the attractive Lincolnshire Wolds. This year, event organisers are keen to encourage those less confident walking with special walks devised for those with dementia or reduced mobility.


Caring for the elderly far from home

29th April 2016

When you can’t always be there in person, find out what you can do to help them receive the attention they need in our guide to caring for the elderly far from home.


Guide to travelling in your later years

28th April 2016

Whether planning a visit to a friend up country or escaping somewhere further afield, learn more in our guide to travelling in your later years.


Top 10 places we’d love to put a stairlift

25th April 2016

The Eiffel Tower with a stairlift? A guide to some of the most amazing places in the world that would benefit from a stairlift.


Pilot scheme provides unpaid carers with skills to care for the elderly

13th April 2016

A new scheme, which will see unpaid care providers given special training to better care for the elderly, is being trialled in Norwich and South Norfolk.


Disabled Access Day encourages those with mobility disabilities

11th April 2016

The recent Disabled Access Day, taking place in March, welcomed those with mobility disabilities to 1,067 UK venues who took part in the initiative this year


Establishing an effective care plan

29th March 2016

First impressions are everything. Whether you’re a professional or family member, when it comes to caring for the elderly, introducing a plan that is well thought through can help to ease any concerns they may have about letting go of some independence.