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Have you recently broken your arm or hand and now you’re panicking about how to get sorted in time for the big day? If you’re unfortunate enough to have suffered a break and will be wearing a cast over the festive period, you might be wondering about how you’re going to cope. But don’t worry! With some extra planning and a bit of prep, Christmas can still go without a hitch!
Diabetes is a problem that’s growing. According to Diabetes UK, the number of people living with the condition has doubled in the past twenty years. November 14th is World Diabetes Day, organised by the International Diabetes Foundation. The day aims to raise awareness of the impact diabetes has on the family and support network of those affected. The focus is also on promoting the role of families in the management, care, prevention and education of diabetes.
As the world is rightly focussing on green, environmentally friendly initiatives, here at LimbO we are doing the same. We’re going to be unveiling some exciting news in the not too distant future, but in the mean time we are looking at ways to re-use your existing LimbO. Has your cast been removed, or you no longer have a dressing covering a wound? If your LimbO has served its purpose, why not consider some of these ways to reuse it and give it a new lease of life?! Swimming bag
It’s true. No-one wants their child to go through the experience of wearing an arm or leg cast. After the initial break and treatment, there is then the healing process to consider and although life in a cast isn’t necessarily going to be easy, there are tricks that can make the experience more bearable. Having the cast put on