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2017

Yang Sing Cathay Launch New Christmas Dish

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This Story of the Month, we would like to do something that’s a little different. Usually, we dedicate this post to a person to recognise their potential or amazing achievements. However, this month we would like to dedicate this blog to the hardworking spirit of more than one person, which is the whole team at […]

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3 Things That the Redbank House Team Loved About Kidz to Adultz North

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Emma and Natasha attended Kidz to Adultz North. Both being based at Redbank House, they were able to offer information about our sensory rooms and room hire services. Natasha attended the set-up day for Kidz to Adultz North at Event City and returned for Disabled Living’s big day of celebrating 120 years of providing services. […]

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The Little Things That Inspire Emma’s Happiness

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This post has been written by Emma Muldoon, who has Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. Emma is a travel and disability blogger over on Simply Emma. Please can you tell us a little bit about your disability? I have Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, which is a progressive muscle wasting condition. It specifically affects my shoulder, upper […]

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Redbank House Are Looking Forward to Kidz to Adultz North

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This year Danielle, Emma, and Natasha are representing Redbank House at Kidz to Adultz North. This will be Emma and Natasha’s first experience at Disabled Living’s popular event. Danielle attended the event when it was called Kidz Up North at the Reebok Stadium. That was 10 years ago! We’re looking forward to meeting both visitors […]

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Raising Awareness of Sensory Processing Disorder

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The following is a guest blog from Andre Jackson who walks about sensory processing disorder. Andre is a freelance writer based in Leeds. He graduated in English Literature and Creative Writing.  October marks Sensory Awareness Month; highlighting the effects of Sensory Processing Disorder and raising awareness of the condition. Although it isn’t currently recognised as […]

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6 Sensory Suppliers We Recommend For You

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October is National Sensory Processing Awareness Month. Whether you care for a child or adult, there are sensory suppliers which can help you. If you’re looking for a place to go in Manchester, we have two interactive sensory rooms at Redbank House. See more information here. Also, we have suppliers listed in our directory. All of […]

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4 Things That Teamwork Requires in the Workplace

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Teamwork is an important attribution to have in any workplace. Working as a team allows employees to build relationships with each other, strengthen ideas, and sometimes meeting a goal together gives a greater sense of accomplishment than completing a task on your own. Working as team also enables the workplace to support a creative learning […]

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3 Benefits of a Quiet Environment

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National Quiet Day is in association with Whirlpool who are known for having one of the quietest spins built into their washing machines. The day is all about taking a moment for yourself to enjoy a peaceful atmosphere. We all love a quiet environment to relax to.  Each week our days are filled with all kinds of […]

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5 Steps to Relaxation in the Workplace

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Relaxation is important for your body in many ways such as: relaxing your muscles, maintaining a healthy blood pressure, and keeping you calm. There are a number of challenges that you can face in the workplace, so we are sharing this post to give you some tips on how to maintain relaxation in the workplace.   […]

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A Life with Autism by Rebekah Gillian

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This week, Redbank House have a guest feature by Rebekah Gillian. Rebekah is a blogger who writes about her experiences with autism, her interests, and hobbies. We asked Rebekah some questions, to give us an insight to what her life with autism is like. At what age were you diagnosed with autism and how did […]

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