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UPDATE – Physical ability: What is important to you? Take part

We have received notification that the Physical ability: What is important to you? The study has reached its quota for non-ambulant participants. As well as this they have extended the age range to 2-60 years old. Therefore, please see updated invitation below:

Are you interested in participating in two telephone/video interviews to discuss your experience of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and to help us understand what an important change in physical ability would be?

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Google Maps to show wheelchair access information for all

Google Maps is providing wheelchair accessibility information by default for over 40 million places worldwide, including on public transport, pubs and restaurants. The feature can help those with mobility needs to plan their trips by checking if the shop or landmark they’re…

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Skiggle’s round-the-clock SOS emergency alert system

Skiggle offer support for disabled individuals, by funding and operating a unique round-the-clock SOS emergency alert service. This provides a place for people to turn to if they urgently need a piece of equipment, feed, or disability care product.

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