Physio starts climbing club to help disabled people reach new heights
A physiotherapist from Birmingham has set up a climbing club for people with disabilities.
So lonely: physio staff to play a role in combating loneliness for disabled people
Sarah White wants physio staff to play their part in combating the loneliness affecting many disabled people.
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Government plans new MSK services to get disabled people into jobs
New musculoskeletal (MSK) services to support disabled people and help them into employment will be trialled under proposals from the Department of Health and the Department of Work and Pensions.
Northern Ireland extends strategy to improve disabled people’s services
Northern Ireland’s health minister has confirmed that an action plan to improve care and services for disabled people will be extended to next September.
Mass movement: paediatric physiotherapy in Greenwich
Physiotherapist Claire Higgins helps disabled children perform functional movements on a daily basis. Robert Millett reports.
Scottish island gains Olympic-quality pool lift
A swimming pool in Orkney has become one of the first in Scotland to get a lift for disabled people that was originally developed for the 2012 London Paralympics.