Posted: March 03, 2021
As we transition from winter to spring, one of the greatest joys of the season is the delightful bird song that greets us each morning. The cold, grey weather will soon be replaced by blue skies and beautiful blooming blossoms on our trees and in our flower beds.
It’s the perfect time to stock up on your wild bird supplies and encourage those feathered friends to return to your garden. If you love birdwatching and helping your local wildlife thrive, continue with this article.
Posted: February 08, 2021
How do you know you are safe online? The internet has seen massive changes in the past 25 years. There have been many benefits like better communication with distant loved ones and access to masses of information. Yet there have been many disadvantages too. With things changing so quickly online, safety and privacy have become a high priority for users everywhere.
For Safer Internet Day 2021, we want to take you through some important steps for staying safe online. Whether you are buying online, interacting with your bank or using social media, use this guide to ensure you are staying safe online.
Posted: February 01, 2021
What is LGBT+ History Month?
LGBT+ History Month is a month-long celebration of the LGBT+ community. It first started in America in 1994 and the UK followed suit 11 years after in 2005. This is an annual event which occurs throughout February in the UK, coinciding with the anniversary of the abolition of Section 28 – a Local Government Act which prohibited the promotion of homosexuality by local authorities.
Posted: January 14, 2021
There are many reasons we may want to do exercises at home during this time of year. It can be difficult enough as it is to find the motivation to go out for a walk or run, which is made even worse by the low, winter temperatures.
Gyms are out of reach too, whether they’re closed due to lockdown or you’re avoiding possible contamination, it’s harder than ever to exercise. But don’t let that stop you! You can still strengthen your muscles and improve your balance, without expensive gym equipment. We’ve collected some of the best low-impact exercises that you can do at home.
Posted: January 04, 2021
Today is World Braille Day, a great awareness day which brings attention to the importance of braille. Braille gives blind and visually impaired people the freedom to access information, enjoy literature and even play board games with friends. World Braille Day coincides with the birthday of its creator Louis Braille. Read on to find out more.
Posted: December 15, 2020
Incontinence is a common affliction which is estimated to impact between 3 to 5 million people in the UK. However, despite it being such a prevalent issue, it is not often discussed and there can still be some stigma attached to it. This means many people living with this problem may have had their confidence knocked, but there should be no shame in living with this issue.
We hope this article will assist you in making an informed decision about which product is best suited to your needs. With the right product, you can find confidence and feel dry and comfortable in your daily routine.
Posted: December 01, 2020
We are all aware that 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone across the globe due to the pandemic situation. People living with disabilities have had their lives impacted massively, with increased isolation, reduced services, and disrupted routines.
It is estimated that over 1 billion people (around 15% of the world’s population) live with some form of disability. As a result of the global situation, it is more important than ever that people with visible and hidden disabilities are fully supported and that their wellbeing can improve.
Posted: November 12, 2020
After such a turbulent year in 2020, what could be better than sharing a bit of positivity with both loved ones and strangers!
Sometimes it can be difficult to find a way to brighten someone’s day. Here are five things you can do for World Kindness Day and see what a difference you can make.
Posted: November 09, 2020
If you struggle with mobility issues or limited capabilities, everyday tasks can be difficult. Lifestyle aids are specially designed to make these daily tasks a little easier and without the assistance of others.
We have compiled a list of just some of the lifestyle aids that could help you. Don’t struggle at home anymore and have a look at our list of items that could improve your daily life.