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Coronavirus Advice For Carers & Those Who Need Care

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) across the world has made it clear that elderly and vulnerable people are most at risk. If you are worried that you or someone you know may be at risk, the NHS has set up a coronavirus helpline to offer advice and inform you where to go if it […]

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Working as an IT Junior with Surewise!

Surewise.com is on the lookout for an IT Support Engineer & Junior Developer to join our team based in our Head Office in Hadleigh, Essex. This is an incredible opportunity for someone with a passion for technology to start or develop their early career in IT. You will have guided, hands-on experience in Web Development, […]

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Personal Independence Payment: What You Need to Know

If you have a disability, illness, or limited mobility, there are several benefits that you might be entitled to as a resident of the UK. We know how big a difference your benefits can make to your daily life, so below we’ve explained everything you need to know about Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and how […]

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What Support are You Entitled to as a Carer?

A carer is someone who regularly cares for a person who is unable to take care of themselves or do some everyday tasks independently due to an illness or disability. Many carers do not see themselves as such, as they are often a spouse, parent or daughter, or close friend or relative helping a loved […]

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Just 8% Of Carers Feel They Have Sufficient Breaks From Caring

Just 8% of carers feel that they currently recieve sufficient breaks from caring, according to new figures released by the national charity, Carers UK. One-third of carers said they would use a break from caring to attend their own medical appointments, while more than 50% of the carers interviewed (52%) said they would use their break to be able to see other family and friends.

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Charities Call For Stricter Regulations On Mobility Scooters

Charities Call For Stricter Regulations On Mobility Scooters Mobility scooters were back in the headlines this month with a number of influential road charities calling for tighter restrictions on mobility scooter users, particularly scooters used on pavements. IAM Roadsmart, a leaving driver awareness group in the UK, suggests that those caught committing offences such as […]

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What Does Home Insurance Cover?

What Does Home Insurance Cover? Home insurance is not currently a legal requirement in the UK, but it does provide protection for your home and it’s contents against a number of circumstances, including natural disasters, damage, and theft. If you are a homeowner, your mortgage provider may require that you take out a building insurance […]

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Self-Storage for Businesses: Benefits, Considerations, and Tips

Self-storage isn’t just for people looking for a place to put old furniture and gardening equipment cluttering up the garage. It’s also an efficient solution for businesses in need of additional space to archive documents and office equipment. Below, we’ve highlighted some key benefits of self-storage for businesses, some key considerations to take into account, […]

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Carers Week 2019 Round-Up & Our Malteser Challenge

Carers Week was held this year from the 10th to the 16th June, with over 100 pledges to help raise awareness for carers across the UK. From centres giving carers a day off, to coffee mornings, art shows, and brunches, this has been a fantastic opportunity for carers to come together and get the support […]

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How Long Do Mobility Scooter Batteries Last?

There are three main types of mobility scooter batteries: Sealed Lead Acid (also known as AGM) – This battery type is best for occasional users as it produces fewer cycles. This does mean, however, that it also tends to be the cheapest option. Gel cell – Recommended for more regular users as it lasts much […]

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6 Benefits of Owning a Mobility Scooter

A mobility scooter is a big investment for many people, so it’s understandable that you want to be sure you need one before committing to buying a mobility scooter for yourself. There is a huge range of benefits to owning a mobility scooter, and many people find that owning their mobility scooter provides more opportunities […]

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How To Stay Active & Healthy In A Wheelchair: Our Top Sports & Activities

Staying active and healthy when you are a wheelchair user may require a little more time and planning to find accessible activities, but it’s certainly not impossible. From taking part in wheelchair sports to simply making a habit out of getting out and about in your wheelchair, there are many different ways you can stay […]

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