With Nissan you get more than a car: your safety, needs and the things you love are always at the forefront of the design. We explore the smart technology helping you to have a safer and worry-free ride.
Boasting nearly 150 years of experience understanding and facilitating the needs of customers, Geberit is ensuring their expertise give people independence in the bathroom.
Available now, the new RealSAM Smart Speaker solution is the first dedicated hub for blind and visually impaired people.
Driving an electric vehicle is more than a motoring decision: it’s a lifestyle choice. Since the first Nissan LEAF launched 10 years ago, Nissan has been a pioneer for electric vehicle driving around the world.
The Sunnybank Trust is working to make sure hidden disabilities are visible through education and radio interviews.
If you employ your own care and support using a direct payment from health or social care, or your own money, you can apply for money for training.
Large numbers of vulnerable people are unable to reach, lift or hold drinks, leaving them at serious risk of dehydration. Hydrate for Health make it easy for vulnerable people to drink without assitance.
Combining innovation and style, the new Nissan Juke makes a powerful statement wherever it goes. We look at what makes the new model a must when considering your next vehicle.
A mother who was left with a serious spinal injury following a rugby accident speaks of her delight at getting a Stiltz lift installed.
Entrepreneur Jane is so passionate about her Nicosy that she is stepping out of retirement to steer its success, building a team of the best people, who also feel strongly about her product to help ensure it reaches wheelchair users that are looking for a way to be easily comfortable and cosy.
Solicitor, Alex Cohen of Brian Barr Solicitors and Counsel, Marcus Grant of Temple Garden Chambers secure large settlement for woman living with fibromyalgia.
Going into further education is supposed to be an exhilarating time. But, for some disabled students it can be daunting. Now, Newlife are providing an equipment grant for disabled children and young people to further their prospects. One student shares his journey.
Become one with history, away from the hustle and bustle of the city streets, during an autism friendly adventure with the Museum of London.