Ways in which Careco can help an autistic person live independently.

Hey readers,

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As a person with a disability (autism) that effects my life sometimes I need help to try and make my life manage as best as I can. It can be so frustrating living with a long-term disability and you can feel rubbish about yourself. That is why it is important for me to try to do something for myself.

There are some products that can help make you feel more independent or can help you in your life, small things that make all the difference. Careco provides items to assist in helping with someone who has a disability to be more independent. They have a wide selection of aids to help with your day to day life.

For example, there is a colourful pillbox to help you organise your pills in days and times of the day so you are aware of what to take and on what day. take medication regularly and pillboxes have helped me feel less confused when taking pills because there have been times when I have taken too many or forgotten to take some. So, this pillbox is a fantastic way to make sure you take the correct amount of medication.

ColourMax Weekly Multi Pill Organiser

As someone who struggles with anxiety and depression and can be particularly bad during the winter months with the lack of natural vitamin D from the sunshine. This sad lamp that is medically approved is brilliant to help provide light on the darker days to help not feel so much meh and can uplift your mood.

SAD Light Pad (with Medical Approval).

Another great product that is suitable for an autistic person is this Comfi electric heated blanket. One of the things that actually help a person is tactical items that feel soft on the skin. The blanket is made with the breathable material making it that extra comfy for you and your skin. I like heat as well to help calm me down and blankets especially when having a meltdown can really help reduce the stress and reduce the amount of time I am in distress.

What is good about CareCo is that they provide low costing prices for disability aids so making it more affordable for you to have that choice and opportunity to provide independence. The company has been going for over 13 years and are experienced in providing top quality living aids to help people in need. There are dedicated help advisors who can help you every step of the way when it comes to buying a living aid, making sure that product is right for you and your needs. The main focus of the company is to provide products to help improve the quality and enjoyment of the customer’s life.

Carco is five stars rated on Trust Pilot for customer service meaning you can feel comfortable knowing that customers are important to the company and that they put the customer’s needs at the forefront.

If you need customer service then there is the option to talk to an employee live on the website chat or there is the customer helpline open from 8am till 6pm Monday to Friday or 10am till 3pm on Saturday.

Cheers for reading x

This post is sponsored by Careco, however, all opinions expressed are entirely my own.

13 thoughts on “Ways in which Careco can help an autistic person live independently.

  1. I’m definitely going to check this out to see if there is anything useful for my son. I wanted a weighted blanket for him but I’ve found that some specialist resources are very expensive. It’s good to know there is a more cost effective company out there. #POCOLO

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  2. Oooh this sounds like a really good company. I like the sound of the SAD lamp and think blankets are wonderful to help bring calm and comfort. I’ve been thinking of getting a weighted one for one of my kids – have you ever tried one?! xx #thesatsesh

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