Blog Posted on 11/11/2016
We’ve asked two bloggers, Jill and Claudia, to share with us some of their top tips for communicating with someone who uses AAC, or who has a speech difficulty.
Blog Posted on 10/26/2016
In the first of our new blog series 'Join Jill', Jill tells us all about Riding for the Disabled, and the benefits of taking part in the sport.
Blog Posted on 10/10/2016
October is AAC Awareness month – AAC stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, which can be life changing for so many people, including some of those living with cerebral palsy. Below, Jill tells us about her experiences of using a communication device, and how important it is to be able to speak and be heard.
Blog Posted on 08/07/2018
Gavin Drysdale is one of 18 athletes from Scotland competing in the CPISRA - Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association World Games in Sant Cugat. Bobath's Communications Assistant, Jill Clark, has asked him a few questions about his part in the competition.
Blog Posted on 07/22/2016
As we’re now approaching peak holiday season, many of us are due to be heading off to much sunnier climates. However, holiday arrangements can be that much more difficult for those with mobility issues, and in light of this, Jill has some advice on air travel for those who are disabled.
Blog Posted on 07/15/2018
In her final gadget review blog, Bernie Hunter provides a run-down on her top three pieces of computer equipment.