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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.
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.
Action on Hearing Loss (formerly RNID) provides free, confidential and impartial information to deaf and hard-of-hearing people, their families, friends, and professionals. It runs an Information Line dealing with general hearing loss issues as well as a special Tinnitus Line. It has also published a range of…
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 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. 
The one-stop online resource for anyone anxious about or caring for elderly parents or relatives. We know it can be a very difficult finding the right information and making the best decisions, so we hope that you find Age Space helpful. There are conversations on…
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.
AT Dementia provides information on Assistive Technology that can help people with dementia live more independently
1. Objectives of the Charity: a) to advance the education of children and young people, with particular reference to those with hearing impairments. b) to support any other charitable object which promotes the welfare of hearing impaired children and young people, which may conveniently be…