The Maris Practice a local alternative therapy resource sent me this very useful advice and I wanted to pass it on. In particular the hypnotherapist has given some stress relieving therapy that I’ve used and found relevant in this disturbing time…… In these stressful times I thought it would be helpful to remind you about…

The ‘D’ List looks at new things in the world of disability. This time it’s fashion for people who need clothes that are easier to wear and more ‘comfortable’ – although Vivienne Westwood did say ‘fashion is not about comfort’!? We’ve written many times about adaptive fashion and how to buy from the High Street.…

The ‘D’ List looks at new things in the world of disability. This time we’re looking for things to make summer 2019 special with summer shoes for wide/fat feet, for both men and women. We’ve written about wide fit shoes in the past as immobility often leads to swollen feet, especially in summer. Finding cool/fashionable…

If you’re like me I’ve left egg buying for easter to the last moment. So here are the chocolate shops we found last year that may have some eggs left. If not why not follow some designer ideas for egg decorations and thrill the family with your creativity and restraint at not needing chocolate Hope…

Following ASOS’s much hyped, but very limited, recent foray into accessible fashion, a new startup label is showing them how it’s done. Last summer saw ASOS collaborate with journalist and Paralympic hopeful Chloe Ball-Hopkins, after she wrote to the retailer asking them to include adaptive clothing options. The result was a colourful wheelchair-friendly waterproof jumpsuit designed…

Update Nov. 2018: Is ‘style’ important or have we got it wrong?? Manufacturers and suppliers of disability equipment seem to think so. As we trawl for stylish Xmas gifts for people who are disabled we find the market is still littered with ugly stuff!!! Please let us know if you agree by making contact. Fortunately, there are…

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