A helping hand that benefits everyone

A helping hand that benefits everyone

Businesses are embracing the idea that if you make services better for the millions of people in the UK who live with some form of disability, you can improve things for everybody.

When James Taylor dived into the sea in Portugal in 2005 and broke his neck, it was the start of a very different way of life. After eight tough months of rehabilitation at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, he finally returned home, where he faced the next challenge: he was now living in a world where nothing was designed with him in mind and even the most basic tasks could present a hurdle.

 

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