Those who suffer with visual impairments have found new ways to harness the use of technology like Google Glass to help them see the world around them.
Currently in the UK, there are 7 million carers. This averages out at one in ten people. Becoming a carer can be challenging, no matter the circumstances.
One of the newest methods that physical therapists are using to treat balance problems is through the use of virtual reality (VR) headsets.
If you’re looking to get back into work, we’ve compiled a guide to help you – from writing a CV, right up until you start at your new place of employment.
The Internet of Things is coming, and that means more of us are soon going to be living in smart homes. We look at benefits to those with disabilities.
Mindfulness is becoming more commonplace, whether that is in either the home or the workplace, as more people realise its potential as a tool to help.
More of us are choosing to stay in our homes as we grow older. According to research from Philips Media Centre, 96% of Baby Boomers plan to age in place.
Is exercise effective for treating and preventing Alzheimer’s? Bathing Solutions looks at some recent reports and the surprising results.
It’ll soon be time for the kids school holidays. But the real question of the summer holidays is, what do you do with the grandkids when they’re over?
We’ve brought together 10 films featuring disabilities, from Alzheimer’s to ALS, to show the diversity of disabilities that are represented in film.
We’re looking at ways that 3D printing could help people in the future, as well as some more innovative ways that 3D printing is already helping today.
Here are 10 often-missed warning signs that can help you identify if you or someone you love may be in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease.
To attract bees to your garden, you need to find the right plants. Luckily, this is relatively easy as there are 1000s of types of plants that bees love.
Dealing with this illness is a difficult path to walk, but the first step on this journey is to fully understand Alzheimer’s disease.
Spring has almost sprung, so for many of us it means it’s almost time to dust off our walking boots. We look at 5 beautiful Spring walks in the UK.
While many people will experience balance problems later in life, there can also be other reasons that cause chronic balance issues to persist.
Inflammation is a painful part of living with arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis (MS), did you know your food choices can have positive effects on your body?
One in three adults will have a serious fall each year, and many suffer serious complications as a result. We have 8 tips to help improve your balance.