Self-Care & Enablement

2nd June 2021

Maskne: What it is and how to prevent it

Have you noticed your skin taking a turn for the worse since the start of the pandemic? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. Since […]
8th February 2021

What are the most common skincare problems facing patients today?

However good someone’s skincare routine is, there are a number of problems, from breakouts to dry skin, that can crop up at any time. These skincare […]
14th January 2021

Natural mood boosters to combat the winter blues

The winter blues are a very real and common problem affecting people all over the world, especially in cold climates. During the dark days of winter, […]
16th July 2020

Accessibility = success says No.1 GB para-rower

Benjamin Pritchard, 28, wheelchair user from South West Wales, is currently the UK’s leading PR1 men’s single sculler and has achieved Paralympic qualification for Team GB […]
14th April 2020

New online tool explains how to treat minor injuries

There were 25,638,234 A&E visits to hospitals in the 12 months leading up to January 2020 in England alone Up to 30% of A&E visits aren’t […]
7th April 2020

Ten-year-old autistic boy invents genius new tool for stress and anxiety relief

A young autistic boy from California has come up with an ingenious idea to harness the power of a trending beauty tool and take it to […]
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 […]