There are a number of companies that provide In Case of Emergency (ICE) cards, designed to hold essential information about next-of-kin and any special medical needs.
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. You can also access the…
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. * Details correct at…
Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, provide many supportive services, across the county in several different geographical areas. These services all fall into the category of preventative services which support older people and assits them to remain independent and continue living at home. Our Aim is…
Age UK has teamed up with Handicare to offer a range of products to assist independent living. Products include stairlifts, baths and showers.  *Details correct at time of update 23/01/2020
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   *Details correct at time of update 06/02/2020
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).
The British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA) is the professional body that represents and promotes the interests of the independent hearing aid profession mainly within Great Britain and Northern Ireland but globally too.  Members are highly trained hearing care professionals who have extensive and unrivalled…