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Introducing the Aluforce Pro range of height adjustable desks

Having the appropriate ergonomic equipment, such as height adjustable desks or ergonomic chairs, is so important for students and employees who spend long periods of time working at a desk. Height adjustable desks can help tackle the common issue of … Continue reading

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Product Focus: The Whitworth Chair

iansyst’s Ergonomic Service supports both students and employees in their working environment. Ergonomic equipment, such as height-adjustable desks or specialist keyboards, can help to correct poor posture or support disabled individuals who require a different way of working. The Whitworth … Continue reading

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SEN provisions of the Children and Families Bill

The Children and Families Bill, which is being debated in Parliament, includes measures that affect the provision of special educational needs (SEN) services for children in England. The Bill’s SEN provisions, which come into effect in 2014, are designed to … Continue reading

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PIP scheme replaces Disability Living Allowance

Replacement of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) by Personal Independence Payments (PIP) has begun in parts of the UK, ahead of a national roll-out. The new PIPs are being introduced gradually for new claimants, starting in Merseyside, Cumbria, Cheshire and … Continue reading

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Can assistive technology help our injured soldiers? An insight from an iansyst Assistive Technology Specialist

Author: Jackie Harber It was a privilege to help a soldier this week with his recovery from a head injury. iansyst were invited to carry out an assessment of his technology needs & I was there to advise on how … Continue reading

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