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AbilityNet offers a free service to people of any age and with any disability to help them get the most from computers and the internet. The service can also be used by their families, carers and friends who support them.
ABLEize is a UK disability resource directory. It offers information, advice and sales as well as information about disability, health resources, education, disabled support groups, local clubs and sports. It also promotes mobility and daily living aids and disability shopping sites.
The Action on Hearing Loss shop offers a range of products to assist easy-living for people who have hearing loss. Lines are open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm
Age UK has teamed up with Handicare to offer a range of products to assist independent living. Products include stairlifts, baths and showers. 
Allanda is one of the leading continence specialists in the UK supplying organisations such as the NHS, BUPA and many Council Care Departments, through to care homes and thousands of individuals being cared for at home or buying for their own incontinence needs.
AskSARA (Self Assessment Rapid Access) is an online self-assessment tool developed by national charity Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) to help people find solutions to their daily living problems. By selecting a topic and answering questions about yourself, your environment, your health and any daily activities that…
Assistive Technology is equipment that can be linked to a Careline alarm that will provide additional reassurance and protection, for example: Falls Detector Pendant Smoke Detector (linked to Careline alarm) Carbon Monoxide Detector (linked to Careline alarm) We also offer 'standalone' equipment which can be…
AT Dementia provides information on Assistive Technology that can help people with dementia live more independently
The British Red Cross, Mobility Aids Service, provides loans of living aids and mobility equipment, such as wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames, for people with a illness or disability. Loans are short-term and free-of-charge (but donations for the service are welcome).
Cambridge Shopmobility can provide mobility aids such as manual wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs and scooters to help you shop and use other facilities in Cambridge city centre. There are two Shopmobility centres, one on the fourth floor of the Grafton East car park and the other…