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Social Anxiety? Here’s what you need to know

If you’re like many adults, you may struggle with social anxiety. This can be an incredibly stressful experience and can directly impact many parts of your life. For example, you

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Why consider functionality when selecting a clinical assessment

Consider this scenario: you run a landscape company and have recently purchased a brand new lawn mower. It’s a beautiful machine with top of the line technology and cosmetic features

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6 ways to empower seniors with disabilities

Motivating your elderly loved one with disabilities to stay active is no easy task. It’s not just mobility issues that may hold them back, but a fear of injuring themselves,

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When your loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness

You’ve just experienced the worst thing you’ll likely ever experience. Your loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. As if the news in and of itself wasn’t enough

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Tips on Travelling to Sri Lanka in Wheelchairs

From postcard picture beaches and scenery to fast paced, buzzing city living in its capital city Colombo, Sri Lanka is one place you can’t help but love. Don’t let your

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The UK National Lottery’s Good Causes Program reaches out

The UK National Lottery makes sure as much money as possible goes towards philanthropic causes. It is so important to them that with each and every ticket sold a large

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Dyscalculia and dyslexia: improving learning for children with learning difficulties

Learning can be a lot harder for children with learning difficulties such as dyscalculia and dyslexia, especially when it comes to maths. But there are simple and fun ways to

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Victims of TBI fight for education and awareness

There are any number of accidents and injuries that can result in the victim being considered disabled and not all of them are visible to the naked eye. As many

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Disability and drug addiction: is there a connection?

One of the most important steps in helping someone overcome an addiction problem is understanding why he or she chose to begin abusing the substance to begin with. These underlying

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How technology is helping more disabled people to work

In a recent survey by the charity Scope they reported the depressing finding that in 2013 around 430,000 disabled people fell out of work, mainly due to their employers not