Focus on Disability Blog

PIP rates will change in April

If you have long term ill-health or disability, and you are aged 16 or over and have not reached State Pension age, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) can help you with some of the extra costs....

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Worried about hair loss?

Hair loss is totally normal especially whilst brushing and showering.  We lose about 50-100 hairs a day but when you notice they aren’t growing back your may need to assess your health and wellbeing as...

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You might live till you’re 103

Half of Today’s children will live until the age of 103, meaning people will have to work longer to support themselves and the rapidly-rising older population will have to learn to get by without relying...

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Scratching an itch really does make it worse!

Research shows that while scratching provides temporary relief, it triggers the production of a brain chemical called Serotonin which intensifies the itch sensation and makes the itch even more maddening. That’s why the more you...

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The Mental Health & Wellbeing Show 2020

Popular award-winning training and events company, Ajuda Training, have created a brand-new event taking place in May 2020 at Cardiff City Stadium – the Mental Health & Wellbeing Show. The event will take place on...

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Big Button Phones

We are often asked to suggest products that disabled and elderly people have found useful for everyday living tasks. One of them is a big button phone. Using the telephone to communicate with family and...