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Renovating an Accessible Bathroom

Renovating an Accessible Bathroom

31/08/2019

Accessible, disability inclusive bathrooms are a necessity for hygiene, dignity and
independence. In a world of tricky building regulations and confusing floor plans, what
should you consider before taking on a bathroom renovation project?

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Spasticity: A multidisciplinary disorder

Spasticity: A multidisciplinary disorder

2/08/2019

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with spasticity, it is important to gain a comprehensive understanding of the disorder and its impacts. Knowing the causes and effects of spasticity can give insight into treatment options and will improve your ability to manage the effects of the condition.

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Degree of Disability

Degree of Disability

23/07/2019

The World Health Organization defines disability as a condition that restricts a person from undertaking or performing everyday activity normally. While physical disability might be the most common type, the category of disabilities is broad. It includes sensory, neurological, cognitive, intellectual and psychiatric disabilities.

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Adapted Camping in Australia and New Zealand

Adapted Camping in Australia and New Zealand

26/06/2019

Ah, to kick back under the stars and admire the great outdoors! Camping is hugely popular around the world as a way for busy people to relax, recuperate and get back to nature. In Australia and New Zealand, where landscapes are especially beautiful, there really is nothing better than switching off from the technology that punctuates everyday life and just enjoying the environment. Unfortunately, finding campsites and holiday deals with good disability access can be tricky. Here are some of the best spots:

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