Zec Richardson, a blogger and reviewer at Satonmybutt, will be taking a closer look at some of our products as part of our in-house team. Today, Zec is talking about the Knork Steak Knives. I have used the Knork Cutlery set for a long time now, and I am a big fan of the brand. Having tried […]
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Best Wheelchair Gloves for you, The Ultimate Guide Wheelchair gloves are an important accessory for wheelchair users. They provide extra grip, protection from the elements, and support for hands during daily mobility. But with so many options, how do you choose the right gloves? This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know. What Are
Naidex 2023: check out accessible products and inclusive brands coming together at the Disability Horizons Marketplace
Naidex 2023: Check Out Accessible Products At The Disability Horizons Marketplace
FreshWipes are a fantastic shower alternative for those with disabilities, helping you to maintain your hygiene easily and safely.
Tru Grip is a door handle extension set that helps people with disabilities and joint pain to open doors with ease.
Tying shoelaces can be incredibly hard for people with disabilities, especially those with poor motor skills and dexterity issues. Today Zec Richardson, a blogger and reviewer at Satonmybutt, is reviewing the Greeper Sports shoelaces and talks about how they can give disabled people more independence. To purchase Greeper Sports shoelaces head to the Disability Horizons Shop For many
Zec Richardson, a blogger and reviewer at Satonmybutt, is taking a closer look at some of our products. Today, as part of our in-house team, he is looking at the Buttons 2 Button adaptive no-sew magnetic buttons. Trying to button up a shirt or blouse when you have arthritis, dexterity issues or physical disability can
Sam Renke, a disability rights activist, has released new handbag designs for people with disabilities. Take a look at our Samantha Bag range.
Having launched the Disability Horizons Shop at the end of last year, we never expected to be able to help so many disabled people so quickly, enabling us to grow and offer paid work to disabled people too. As many Disability Horizons readers will know, back in 2011, we launched with the aim of making the