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Adapting your home (RNIB)

Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB)

Practical advice to make staying in your own home easier. We provide basic information on making sure you feel safe, keeping warm, getting help to carry out repairs and improvements, and adapting your home.

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Altitude Sickness

Patient UK

Altitude sickness is usually something that can affect people who climb or travel to more than 2500 metres altitude, particularly if they ascend too quickly. For most people, it causes mild symptoms that improve with rest and time spent at altitude. ...

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Grants for housing adaptations

Muscular Dystrophy UK

Adaptations, improvements or repairs to the home are a key part of making your home more accessible and safer. Often getting the right adaptations means that you can remain in your home for longer.

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Social Care and Support Guide - Home adaptations

the NHS website

Home adaptations are changes you can make to your home. These make it safer and easier to move around and do everyday tasks. Your local council offers a service that assesses your home and recommends changes to help. Having a home assessment is ...

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Social Care and Support Guide - Moving to a new home: housing options

the NHS website

The time may come when living at home isn't safe or comfortable anymore. It's not an easy decision, but there are lots of housing options. Moving somewhere more suitable can make life much better for you.

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The Adaptations Process

Muscular Dystrophy UK

A guide to the stages involved in adapting your home. The order of stages may vary according to the procedures of individual Local Authorities.

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