Posts Categorized: Information

Remap: Custom-made equipment and gadgets

Remap Berkshire are part of a national charity who provide custom-made equipment and gadgets for people with a disability or special need.  They specialise in providing bespoke items which are not normally readily available. These could include ramps, wheelchair adjustments, kitchen gadgets, games, bathroom adaptations and many ore. They have a team of over 25 voluntary… Read more »

Legal advice service for people with MS

Sometimes you may need legal advice to help you know if you are being treated fairly, to understand your rights in a situation, or to challenge unfair practice. National charity the MS Society runs a legal advice service which can help. They work with the Disability Law Service (DLS) to provide free, confidential legal advice to people… Read more »

Enable May-June

View in browser ­Presenting Enable Magazine May-June issueThe UK’s leading disability and lifestyle title­­ Read the magazine The summer months are just beginning and this issue has a wealth of content to keep you informed, entertained and inspired. For this issue’s lead interview, we meet neurodiverse author Elle McNicoll to talk about her hit novel, A… Read more »

Covid booster vaccine available for most vulnerable

The NHS in England is launching a spring booster vaccine campaign against Covid-19 for people most at risk of serious illness from the disease. Around five million are eligible, including people aged 75 and over, some people with weakened immune systems, and older residents in care homes. From this week, older adults in care homes are… Read more »

For Sale – Motoflex fully adjustable motorised bed

Motoflex fully adjustable motorised bed.  Fully adjustable leg and upper body.  Luxurious mattress with zipped fully washable cover.  Ultra quiet motors.  Easy to use controls. 2ft 6.  French company, very expensive!!   I have 2 of them.  I can sell 1 or both together.  Individual mattresses so each side can be operated independently.  Both beds can… Read more »

Could you be eligible to save money on your broadband?

Broadband social tariffs are special discounted deals available for certain low-income customers. They’re generally cheaper than typical broadband tariffs, starting at just £12 per month. They also usually aren’t subject to price rises or exit fees. Social tariffs are designed to act as a safety net for households that may otherwise struggle to afford broadband services…. Read more »

Enable Magazine March-April

Presenting Enable MagazineMarch-April issue The UK’s leading disability and lifestyle title Introducing the March-April issue of Enable Magazine.We’re so excited to share this issue with you and your network. As usual, this issue is packed with informative, important and exciting content. We catch up with broadcaster Nicky Campbell and his daughter Kirsty to discuss them both having an… Read more »

Potential fraudulent campaign targeting unpaid carers

We have been sent the following warning from a carers’ organisation which we are sharing for your information: “We are getting in touch to alert you to a marketing campaign that targets unpaid carers as we have strong concerns about its legitimacy. The campaign can be seen via its website You will see that the campaign… Read more »

MS Hope Programme – starts 19th April 2023 – Places available to book now!

Are you living with MS? Do you want to enhance your resilience, rediscover strengths and increase your ability to cope? Hope For The Community CIC are running a group self-management programme for people living with MS to improve their wellbeing. The Programme was co-created with people living with MS, healthcare professionals and researchers at Coventry University to make sure… Read more »