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Show 137 – April 11th

Today’s show was our last LIVE show for a while.  Yes, Angela, with a tear in her eye, announced today that she will be taking a sabbatical from the live shows until the Autumn of 2016, but…..



….. boy did we have the most fabulous guests in the studio today, the brilliant Katie Ellis, founder of The Able Label and her mother, Valerie.  Katie and her business is amazing – we learnt why Katie set it up and who it helps – everyone and anyone who has difficulty dressing or cares for someone and helps them dress.  Only focussing on ladies at the present but I’m sure Katie will be expanding into the male market and probably also maybe kiddies, the product idea is superb and can bring confidence and independence to many ladies’ dressing requirements.  If you wish to see Katie in person, she will be exhibiting/talking at the following:

Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent: 18th – 22nd April in collaboration with Ability Plus;

Speaking on 26th April at Naidex (the UK’s largest disability, rehabilitation and homecare event) in Birmingham.

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Remember next week is also Parkinsons’ Awareness Week (18th – 24th April) – maybe we should all shout out about The Able Label and tag @ParkinsonsUK in our tweets?

Show 133 – March 7th

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Show special:

As you may remember, we were at the first Wrinkly Roadshow back in January at Allington Community Centre and captured a few interviews whilst we were there.  Have a listen to what the exhibitors and visitors thought of the event.  If you wish to exhibit or attend, there are many more tours of the Wrinkly Roadshow, just contact them via their website.

Featured exhibitors interviewed are:

Family Mosaic Home Improvement Agency – Heather Worton
Chosen with Care – Debbie Harris
Home Instead Senior Care – Mark Craig
Heart of Kent Hospice – Diane Beeching
– David Cummins

The Maidstone Flower Club – Cheryl
Kent Electronic Services – Les Cook
Valerie (Katie Ellis’ mum) TAL - CMYK Logo with registered mark