What does it do?This is an interactive website that helps you to find advice and products that will make daily living easier. It is run by the Disabled Living Foundation charity. It covers a range of topics including managing medication, sensory problems, dressing, improving safety and managing household chores.
Who it is for: The website can be used by anyone - it is geared to people who have difficulty with daily living activities
Where it is available:National service (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales).
What it costs:There is no cost involved but access to a computer and the internet is required
How to access or apply for it:
What to expect then:
The website is easy to navigate and you will be asked a series of questions about the topic that you require advice on. This will then generate a report of what products may suit you or ideas of how to manage your condition or general information as to how to make daily living easier
Information & options appraisal, Aids & equipment, Independent living
Info last updated:24/08/2011.
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|Parent organisation:||Disabled Living Foundation|
|Who are they?||The Disabled Living Foundation is a leading source of information on disability equipment, day-to-day household gadgets, new technologies and training techniques. Their users range from healthcare professionals, older people, disabled people, their friend||