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Ask the readers

As part of our “Ask the readers” series of articles, we invite readers to respond to practical questions that members of the Disability Horizons community have posed. If you can

Relationships & sex 4 Comments

Disability and relationships: my changing perspective

Jon Bateman is a freelance writer living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He was born with spina bifida and regularly writes about his experiences as a person living with a disability.

Technology 2 Comments

Accessibility apps: what do you think?

Here at Disability Horizons, we regularly keep an eye out for any new gizmos, gadgets and apps that might help disabled people in their quest for greater independence. As part

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Volunteering in Spain and discovering new horizons

Disability Horizons Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, recently came back from a two month volunteering project in Aviles, Spain with the European Voluntary Service and shares this article reflecting on life abroad.

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Reiki: healing body and mind

Naturopath Sue Blain shares a personal viewpoint on how alternative medicines such as Reiki, can not only help ease pain and discomfort from disabilities and long-term illnesses, but also provide

Entertainment 6 Comments

Disabled superheroes: how many can you name?

Following on from our article about the need for books featuring disabled characters, new Disability Horizons contributor, Frank Lambert, tells us how he was inspired to introduce a disabled superhero

Lifestyle 2 Comments

Service dogs: mans’ best friend

Pets can be a wonderful addition to your life, especially a service dog. Believing in the healing powers of pets, Daniela Baker shares the benefits of having a service dog. The decision to obtain

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Reclaiming our sexual stories

New Disability Horizons contributor, Kirsty Liddiard, an academic currently based at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, who researches disability and sexuality at the university’s School of Disability Studies shares with us

Lifestyle 3 Comments

XENI: fashionable clothing for disabled women

Ann Olivier talks to Disability Horizons about how she came to start her own clothing line, XENI, for people with disabilities, amidst coping with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I’m Ann Olivier,

iDID Adventure in the extreme with a disability

Susanne Rees, founder of iDID Adventure shares her experiences in coming to terms with an acquired disability and breaking down barriers to improve health and well-being amongst people with disabilities.

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