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We need youuuu!!!!

Welcome back again to this second edition of Disability Horizons! Since our launch last month, the response we have received can only be described as overwhelming and frankly, beyond our

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An adventure to Thailand, Australia and Fiji

The Plan It was around this time last year that I began planning a 6 week trip around Thailand, Australia and Fiji with my two friends, Emma and Shubes. I

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Writing about Disability

Sarah Ismail is a writer and poet who recently published her poetry collection as an e-book. Here she talks about how she became interested in creative writing and the inspiration

The kindness of strangers

Disability Horizons co-editor Srin, shares a recent story about his trip to Edinburgh and the kind help he received from two strangers that made the day memorable. One might think

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Starting your own business: Rick Goldstein

If you need something which doesn’t exist, then you just have to create it yourself.  We at Disability Horizons would like to introduce you to Rick Goldstein, the inventor of

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Full steam ahead!

Ever wanted to explore the beauty of the British countryside in a different way, but which is also accessible? Well, Louise Watch who runs a disability and equality consultancy in

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Going for Gold!

Fran Williamson is one of Team GB‘s best medal winning prospects at next years Paralympic games in London. Fran is a champion swimmer who has already racked up an impressive

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The Hardest Hit

Following on from Jamie Robertson’s article from the previous edition, Martyn attended the march with over 5000 people. Here is a video of his experience… By Martyn Sibley

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Education! Education! Education!

The Special Educational Needs (“SEN”) system is a vital aspect of educational policy in the UK that allows pupils to receive the additional support needed to complete their education. Disability