Self-Care & Enablement

17th October 2019

Ability Today invited to 10 Downing Street

Meeting with the PM’s Chief Advisor on Disability & Welfare Ability Today is a knowledge hub, a place for the disabled to find out about news, products and […]
22nd August 2019

Innovative health partnership could transform chronic condition care

MJOG and my mhealth could help millions of patients with chronic conditions including COPD, asthma, heart disease and diabetes to self-manage more effectively Supporting NHS Long […]
16th August 2019

Improving mobility with a smile

HOOBOX Robotics‘ Wheelie 7 kit allows users to pick from 10 facial expressions to control their motorized wheelchair — moving forward, turning and stopping. Instead of […]
12th July 2019

How can you understand your own pain before visiting your doctor?

When the pain occurs, identifying triggers and learning how to describe the feeling can lead to a faster diagnosis — but where do you begin? It’s […]
3rd June 2019

Personal Best: going the distance to beat rheumatoid arthritis

Libby Snow was 26 when she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, a condition that affects around 400,000 people in the UK. Like many others who incorrectly […]
27th May 2019

Vitamin K2 and diabetes

Did you know that diabetes is estimated to affect over 4 million people in the UK? Experts confirm that simply increasing your Vitamin K2 intake can be effective […]
29th April 2019

Vitybox – the world’s first 15ml shot that caters for all your beauty & health needs

Skin, hair and nail supplements have been around for donkey’s years – with companies such as Perfectil dominating the market with their expensive advertising campaigns and, […]
10th April 2019

How has disability motoring advanced?

In the UK today, around 20% of the population are registered disabled, with just under half of that figure wheelchair bound. The journeys that we make […]
10th April 2019

Dealing with disability

Victoria Cairns’ inspirational new book shows that life can still be fulfilling after becoming disabled Victoria Cairns worked for over thirty years as a medical statistician […]