Ramps and Access

If you’re thinking of making your property accessible to everyone, the following links and information may be of assistance. The design of buildings and their approaches should be in accordance with the guidance contained in: Part M of the Building Regulations 2010 Read the full regulations here  The BSI British Standards BSI Group At Reable […]

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Reable me Helen trying out The Person Centred Approach to Seating

Occupational Therapy Show at the NEC

On Wednesday 23/11/16 Helen and Claire attended the OT show, at the NEC, Birmingham. It’s always a useful opportunity to keep up to date with equipment and adaptations as well as networking with other professionals, various agencies and suppliers within the industry. We noted how things have really moved on in recent years in the […]

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Financial Assistance Information Sheet

If you are experiencing an illness, disability, looking after someone who is, or are over 65, then you may be entitled to financial assistance towards adaptations, equipment, daily living or personal care needs. Take a look at our brief list of some of the benefits and grants which could be available to you.   Personal […]

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Find us on the St Cross Hospital Map

  Get your copy of the St Cross Ruby Information Guide and you can see us featured in there.

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Personal Care Factsheet

This fact sheet aims to provide information about the range of equipment, services and support which might be available to you. Everyday routines such as toileting, washing, dressing, bathing and grooming can be really challenging to carry out when you have a chronic illness or disability. These are some of the most intimate and private […]

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OPEN DAY COVENTRY

Come and visit Reable Me at Penderels Trust Open Day in Coventry. The event will be held at Elm Bank Training Centre, Mile Lane, Coventry on Tuesday 16th April 2013 from 10.30am.

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Coming soon …..

Please continue to visit the Reable Me website frequently, as further equipment is added regularly. Coming soon ….. stairlifts shower chairs ceiling track hoists toilet with integral wash and dry facility  

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What is Occupational Therapy?

The aim of occupational therapy is to help people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy meaningful and independent lives, regardless of any physical, mental or social problems, throughout their lifespan.  Occupational Therapists explore individuals’ roles and aspirations and their ability to fulfill these within the environment, focusing on what individuals can do, rather than what […]

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Naidex 2012

Naidex at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham is an annual exhibition, where over 300 exhibitors show the newest products available to the health and social care markets, as well as individuals and other organisations, with an interest in disability. As occupational therapists we visit Naidex every year – to find out about new products […]

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The benefits of using an independent private occupational therapist

No eligibility criteria Health and social care services are accessed through the application of FACS criteria (Fair Access to Care Services).  Whilst the FACS criteria objectively identifies a level of need, local governments can set their own threshold for services.  For example, if you are assessed as having low or moderate needs you may not […]

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