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Require products or want to discover clever ways to make daily tasks easier? Check out the brilliant links below. On some of the websites you can even share your crafty and clever ideas to help others.
Here you will find lots of links to really useful information to help the tasks involved in daily life a little easier.
Share your own ideas and see other peoples! Here you'll discover how people all over the world have come up with their own solutions to make daily life tasks a little easier, depending on their needs.
Local Supplier: MediequipMediequip is an online order supplier of mobility and disabled aids to help you in your home. You can rent or buy large products and use a self help guide which will identify products to help you or your carer.
Ask SaraAsk Sara is a website tool which helps you find useful advice and products which make daily living easier. It asks a series of questions, linked to your health, living at home or the workplace, and then suggests things that might help you.
Find over 20 films with subtitles showing how to use some of the common items which can make the world of difference to help people live as independent as possible in their own home.
Local Suppliers: Disable Aids (Cannock)Providing a spacious showroom for you to try and test mobility scooters and chairs and see many products, aids and technologies to support bathing, accessing stairs and walking.
Local Supplier: Easy Living MobilityEasy Living Mobility has both shops you can visit and see products, such as in Cannock town centre and Lichfield, as well as selling a variety of mobility and disability aids on line.
Free IT Support for WorkFind out how what support you can get to make your IT accessible in the workplace. Let your employer know too! If you're self employed, still contact them for help.