Sarah Alexander on managing her medication
Ever missed a dose or double dosed? Disabled blogger Sarah Alexander shares her tips on managing medical mishaps and regaining control. Do you do these?
Keeping mental health front of mind
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, we consider the importance of mental health and share techniques for establishing a happier headspace.
How can I make sure that my car is as secure as possible?
Even with the country under lockdown, it's important to keep the security of your car front of mind. Read on for a list of the key ways you can protect your car.
Shona Louise: “How I’m surviving lockdown”
Shona Louise is a disability and theatre blogger. In this article, she discusses how she's coping amidst the third lockdown and why looking after yourself is so important.
How to get a better night’s sleep
To mark the forthcoming World Sleep Day, we've put together a list of a few things you can do to encourage a better night’s sleep.
How to set up a disability-friendly home office
We've spoken to two Scheme customers, and disability bloggers, about how they've set up their home office to make it disability-friendly. Maybe their tips could work for you?
Sarah Alexander on appreciating the small things
2020 has been a year like no other. In this article, disability blogger Sarah Alexander looks back at the small successes of last year and writes on how she’s planning on having a more positive outlook in 2021.
How to stay connected to others with online communities
With the pandemic preventing us from socialising with others in person, feelings of isolation and loneliness are rising. We've put together a handy list of ways you can feel connected to others without leaving the house!
Feeling a bit rusty behind the wheel? Sharpen up with some of these key tips
Many of us aren't getting as much drive time as usual. Here are some tips to ensure you stay in tip-top shape for driving, the next time you hit the road.
Emma Muldoon’s tips for an accessible Christmas at home
Christmas this year is going to be different in many ways from previous years, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get festive and celebrate at home. In this article, Scheme customer and disability blogger Emma Muldoon outlines her top tips for an accessible Christmas at home.