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Buying a Cycle as a Mobility Aid

This factsheet aims to help if you are considering buying a cycle as a mobility aid.
Source: Wheels for Wellbeing

Choosing a Mobility Scooter Guide

A mobility scooter can help you get around independently. This guide gives advice on what's available, with information on different types of control and other features, as well as where to get a scooter and how to finance it.
Source: Rica

Disability Equipment and How to Get it

This factsheet covers the help you can get from the local authority to manage your daily tasks at home through the provision of specially designed equipment. There is also a discussion of recent policy developments aimed at increasing service users’ choice and control over the services they receive.
Source: Age UK

Making Your Home a Better Place to Live After a Stroke

In this brochure we briefly outline the main stroke symptoms and then consider what you can do to your home to make living with the more manageable. We describe the range of alternative housing options and offer suggestions about where to find more detailed information, advice and help for your particular situation.
Source: Care and Repair England

Making Your Home a Better Place to Live with Arthritis

In this brochure we briefly outline the main arthritis symptoms and then consider what you can do to your home to manage these changes better. We describe the range of alternative housing options and offer suggestions about where to find more detailed information, advice and help for your particular situation.
Source: Care and Repair England

Making Your Home a Better Place to Live With COPD, Asthma and Other Respiratory Diseases

In this brochure we briefly outline the main COPD and asthma symptons and then consider what you can do to your home to make living with these conditions more manageable. We describe the range of alternative housing options and offer suggestions about where to find more detailed information, advice and help for your particular situation.
Source: Care and Repair England

Personal Independence Payment

This factsheet is about Personal Independence Payment (PIP), a new benefit for people of working age with disabilities that began to replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) from April 2013.
Source: Age UK

The Cinema Exhibitors' Association' Card

The CEA Card is a national concessionary card developed by the Cinema Exhibitors’ Association for UK cinemas in order to allow people with disabilities to obtain one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema.
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