Posted on 28/11/2012

How to Cope with Sensory Loss

How to Cope with Sensory Loss

As we Grow Older how can we Cope with Sensory Loss?

Aging is a fact of life. It begins at birth and continues throughout our life, causing changes to both our physical and mental health. While some of these changes are noticeable, such as grey hair and fragile skin, others can occur slowly. And though some conditions of aging can be treated, others – such as sensory loss – are a fact of life that there’s not too much we can do in the way of preventing them.

However, although sensory loss such as losing sight or hearing can’t be prevented, there are a huge range of products and equipment available to help those suffering from sensory loss to live an independent lifestyle.

Maintaining general good health such as undertaking regular exercise, eating a healthy balanced diet and eating plenty of fruit and vegetables, can have a significant impact on the likelihood of sensory loss as we age. However, for those that are already experiencing sensory loss, NRS is here to help.

How Sensory Aids can help with Sensory Loss

We stock a wide range of products to help those with sensory loss live independently and maintain a good quality of life. Whether you have a loss of sight, hearing or touch, we have a range of products to assist with daily life, from large screen and talking clocks to easy-grip cutlery and cooking equipment.

We understand that sensory loss can have detrimental effects on mental health and well-being so we aim to provide practical and innovative products to make daily living as easy as possible, while offering great value to our customers. We have a selection of games and activities designed specifically for people suffering with sensory loss: sound kits, giant games and musical quizzes to name but a few.

Take a look at the extensive range available on our website, or contact a member of our dedicated sales team for more information or advice.

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