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How To Chop A Onion With Poor Coordination

Chopping an onion with poor coordination

If you’ve got poor coordination like me, chopping fruit and veg can be risky business. I nearly lost the top of my right thumb once trying to cut a potato once… But recently I came across a nifty little life hack that I think really useful for those who like food and have poor coordination…. Read more »

Brexit Would Be Bad For Disabled Travellers

Brexit would have major implications for disabled people who want to travel across Europe. An EU directive ensures that disabled travellers can get assistance boarding planes, going through airports and the transport of mobility aids. In the wake of Brexit, there is no guarantee that these standing arrangements would continue. Furthermore, membership of the EU… Read more »

Interview with Simon Lyons of Version22

Version22 recently completed their Kickstarter campaign for their second product Nimble. Nimble is clever little device that allows you to safely open tricky packaging. The campaign was wildly successful – they exceeded 600% of their original funding target. Here at Ethos Disability, we’ve had relationship with Version22 going back to summer of last year –… Read more »

The Wheelchair Luggage Problem

There is a little known thing called ‘The Wheelchair Luggage Problem”. The problem is niche problem of more generic one – namely that wheelchair user never have a free pair of hands. Our hands are always in use. Meaning that we struggle to carry, lift or push anything else but our chair. “The Wheelchair Luggage… Read more »