17.10.2022 | Everyday tips

Assistive technology: 6 of the Coolest Gadgets

People with cerebral palsy (CP) face a wide-range of challenges, but with assistive technology, they can improve their ability to...

17.10.2022 | Early intervention, Assistive devices, Therapy

Meet Oliver. He is One in a Billion - A Real-Life Neuro Hero

Oliver is a trooper, a real-life Neuro Hero. His life has consisted of chronic pain, operations, investigations, admissions,...

17.10.2022 | Assistive devices

Static vs. Dynamic Standing Training – What’s More Effective?

Katarina Lauruschkus is a Swedish physiotherapist with a PhD from Lund University. She currently works as a scientist at the same...

06.10.2022 | Therapy

Music therapy for kids with disabilities

Music plays a big part in most people’s lives. It can be relaxing, spark certain feelings and increase quality of life. For people...

06.10.2022 | Everyday tips

DIY - Christmas crafting for the whole family

Christmas is the holiday season to be jolly - and creative. How about letting the kids put their personal touch on this year's gifts...

06.10.2022 | Everyday tips

What Is It Like to Be the Sibling of Someone with a Disability?

We tend to focus on children with disabilities and their parents, but what about the brother or sister? Let’s look at some of the...

06.10.2022 | Everyday tips

10 best accessible amusement parks in the UK

If your child with additional needs is athrill seeker, an accessible amusement park is a great way to experience a fun day out with...

06.10.2022 | Everyday tips

Book recommendations for and about children with disabilities

It is important for children to feel represented in books they read. It is also important to uncover the beautiful diversity of the...

06.10.2022 | Assistive devices

How to access a Made for Movement device where you live – a short guide

You have decided you want one of Made for Movement’s assistive devices to improve the quality of life. The decision has been made –...