LCiL to run the first ever 24 hour newsroom!

We are pleased to announce that LCiL will be hosting the first ever 24 hour newsroom, leading discussions and debates around the world alongside UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The newsroom will be reaching out to disability organisations across the world to capture stories, projects and role models.

The newsroom will go live from Wednesday 2nd December at 6pm through to 6pm on Thursday 3rd December. We aim to discover others around the world are involved in the social model delivery of services for disabled people.

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Participants celebrate life transforming week at the National Junior Games

115 youngsters have returned home from a four day extravaganza of disability sport at the National Junior Games.

Organised by WheelPower the national charity of wheelchair sport, the Junior Games is one of the most renowned events on the calendar for disability sport.  As many as 20 inclusive sports were on offer and led by experienced coaches at the birthplace of the Paralympic movement, Stoke Mandeville Stadium.

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Disabled individuals with trainer working out.

Come and Visit Us At Independent Living Scotland!

Able Magazine is at Independent Living Scotland on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th October.

terry_taylor_ILScotlandCome along, meet the Able team and pick up your FREE copy of Able Magazine’s latest editions!

Independent Living Scotland is open to everyone, with free entry, and it offers the perfect opportunity to discover just what new products and services are available to the Scottish market today.

Over 100 other exhibitors are showcasing their most innovative and inspirational products to aid independence. From homecare to rehabilitation, disability to inspiration you are guaranteed to leave with even more knowledge, choice and solutions


Specialist Seating – It’s all about quality of life

Whether it is watching television with the family, enjoying the company or friends, or just reading the paper in peace, the right tailor made seating will support independence and promote the social inclusion that is so essential to a person’s quality of life.  It can also help reduce deterioration and the risk of complications such as decreased muscle tone and pressure damage.

CareFlex has over 20 years’ experience in developing specialist seating to meet patients many and varied needs.  At the heart of the CareFlex range is our patented WaterCell Technology, providing a reliable and continuous posture management and low-level pressure solution.  CareFlex chairs are made to order, following a free assessment that matches the right seating solution with the user’s needs.  They are designed with both patients and care providers in mind.

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