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How to Exercise with Fibromyalgia Despite Chronic Pain & Fatigue

Life with fibromyalgia can be an incredibly challenging, isolating, and disenfranchising experience. This is partly because the nature of the disease and how ...

Options for Getting Upstairs with a Physical Disability

There are many reasons why someone might have trouble getting up and down stairs. In some cases, it’s because they’re elderly and have decreased mobility. In ...

7 Bathroom Safety Tips for Seniors and People with Disabilities

The bathroom is one of the most hazardous areas in a home, especially for seniors and people with disabilities. The combination of wet surfaces, slippery ...

How to Design a Sensory Garden

With the arrival of the warmer months of the year, people will be looking to spend as much time outside as possible. For loved ones that have autism or other ...

6 Sensory-Friendly Design Tips for a Calm and Comfortable Home Environment

People with autism are commonly hypersensitive to their surroundings, from visual aspects to sounds and texture. Taking steps to make your home ...

How to Prepare for a Stress-Free Train Journey If You Have Sensory Issues

Taking the train soon? Here’s how to prepare for a stress-free journey if you have sensory processing issues. Traveling can be stressful for anyone, but it ...

Designing a Bedroom with Accessibility Features

After a long and stressful day, your bedroom should be your very own personal oasis of calm and tranquillity. However, this isn’t always the case for people ...

How to Make Your Hair Salon Autism-Friendly

Want to make your hair salon autism-friendly? These tips will help you create a sensory-friendly environment where autistic clients feel safe and calm while ...

How to Navigate the Dating Scene with a Disability

Dating is hard enough without having to worry about navigating it with a disability. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up on finding love. In fact, there ...

Understanding Your Autistic Loved One: 6 Autistic Behaviors and How to Accommodate Them

When someone in your social circle is autistic, you might notice that sometimes they behave differently than non-autistic people. Some of these things, such as ...

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