These coat-hangers speak of an era. A gift of a time when time was spent differently. Although we still have the same ‘time’ our way of ‘time’ has changed.
Last week I had the privilege to meet with a beautiful group of ladies from the Coffs Harbour Day View Club. Teachers that taught with black boards, not smart boards. Nurses who walked briskly in starched caps in fear of Matrons rounds. No lifters, digital monitors or electric beds. Mothers changing thousands of cloth nappies and no automatic washing machines.
Now we have improved tools that assist to give us more time to save time……. and our backs, legs, arms, shoulders etc. Life is definitely more comfortable, softer and quicker with our Chairs, Beds and rollators!
Its as if it fell off the back of a truck. New Chairs, Rollators and all sorts of new equipment. Pop in and have a look!
It’s World Continence Week June 19 -25, and Australians are being urged to take the matter of incontinence seriously, particularly in light of disturbing new data that suggests the majority of women affected simply laugh it off.
Incontinence is a widespread condition that ranges in severity from ‘just a small leak’ to complete loss of bladder or bowel control. In fact, over 4.8 million Australians have bladder or bowel control problems for a variety of reasons. Incontinence can be treated and managed. In many cases it can also be cured. For advice on incontinence products, come talk with Robyn here at Willaid. She will be happy to help.