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When you’re unwell or recovering from a broken bone, it’s not an easy time. As well as the physical, there are also mental and emotional aspects to consider. A healing injury or a PICC line for ongoing cancer treatment can be difficult to live with on a day-to-day basis, making it difficult to cope with the challenges that inevitably present themselves in life. But trying to adopt a mindful approach can help make you more resilient to setbacks that occur.
They’ve got through the trickiest part, putting up with the discomfort and irritation of having the cast on whilst their broken bone heals. Here at LimbO, we’ve got plenty of tips and tricks on how to make the weeks of wearing a cast more bearable for both adults and little ones alike. But what about when it’s time for the cast to come off?
Here at Thesis Technology Products, we are proud to be accredited Living Wage employers. The Living Wage Foundation’s initiative encourages employers to pay their employees a wage that enables them to meet the cost of living, not just the government’s minimum wage requirement.
Thesis Technology’s very own Managing Director, Ana Mardell, has undertaken a cycling challenge to raise funds for a charity based in Uganda that assists with the provision of clean water to communities in Uganda. As a company, Thesis already donates regularly to the Singing Gorilla Projects charity, but Ana is now fundraising personally by completing an impressive cycle ride that covered 200 miles of the south and south west of the country!