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Toys with disabilities and why they matter

Do you remember any of your childhood toys having disabilities? Or maybe you have never seen any? Sarah Ismail shares her thoughts on how a disabled doll added to her childhood,

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Snow-capped mountains of Austria

Regular Disability Horizons contributor Kate Bennell, who is visually impaired and uses a white stick, tells us about her recent trip to the snow-covered mountains of Austria. For our Easter

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OpenBritain: a one-stop-shop for accessible travel information

Thinking of going on a short break this bank holiday weekend? Carrie-Ann, from Tourism for All UK, tells Disability Horizons about the new OpenBritain website, which aims to give disabled

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Accessible wedding camper van with Great White Occasions

Getting married is an exciting but busy time with so many things to organise, especially if you have a disability. Well new business Great White Occasions hopes to take away

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The List: influential disabled people in modern Britain

John Pring has created The List, a breakdown of influential disabled people in modern Britain. And guess who features on the list… dynamic duo and Disability Horizons Co-editors, Martyn Sibely

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Where to find help and advice following an injury or accident

In the event of an injury or an accident, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help and advice. Knowing which avenues are available to you during

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Sex On Wheels: what did you think?

Did you watch the new Channel 4 documentary Sex on Wheels? Laura Chapman, a freelance writer and wheelchair user, gives her views on the new TV show. You can’t help

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Pony Access: making horses part of disabled people’s lives

Love the outdoors and love horses? Then you’ll love Pony Access – a system designed by Simon Mulholland to allow disabled people to enjoy the rugged outdoors with the help

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Disability Horizons: it’s all about YOU!

Disability Horizons has always been about you, our community of readers, passionate about living life and sharing your experiences. With this in mind, Co-editor Martyn Sibley shares a recent blog

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Paula Moulton and Strictly Wheels!

Paula Moulton is an international award-winning wheelchair dancer from Manchester, UK, who represents one half of the dance partnership called Strictly Wheels. Paula shares with Disability Horizons the story of

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