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Are people being treated differently when they don’t fit the picture?

If you have a disability, the way people react to you is something you’ll know all too well. But if you don’t have a disability, experiencing it can be eye

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Access All Areas: Roman Baths

As part of our Access All Areas series on accessible tourism, Disability Horizons Co-editor, Martyn Sibley, recently visited Bath to find out how accessible the Roman Baths are. The Roman

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Which concert venues and theatres are accessible?

Have you ever bought tickets to see your favourite artists but got there only to find you can’t? We’re sure you have. Keen concert goer, Lorraine Howard, has had mixed

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This week on Accomable…

Every week, we’ll be posting a selection of holiday rentals that have been posted to our new listing service, Accomable. So if you’re looking for that perfect place to get

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Disability and fashion: the holy grail of a fashgasm

We’ve all stared longingly at the glossy, perfect images in fashion magazines and wished we could look that stylish. But for us average Joes, and especially if you have a

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Disability and independence: water therapy

Frances Leckie, editor of Independent Living, takes a look at the therapeutic benefits of water. Frances is a “DH Guru” who’ll be sharing a monthly column on independent living! #DHgurus

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Always In: the importance of broadband for you

If you spend a lot of time at home due to being elderly or physically impaired, keeping in touch with friends, family and other loved ones is a really important

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This week on Accomable…

Every week, we’ll be posting a selection of holiday rentals that have been posted to our new listing service, Accomable. So if you’re looking for that perfect place to get

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Disability and employment: when, if and how to talk about disability

Jane Hatton, who manages Evenbreak, a not-for-profit job board run by disabled people for disabled people, publishes her monthly article on the subject of employment and diversity. #DHgurus This is

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Travelling with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome: how to make your holidays smooth

We all know that travelling with a disability can be tricky, but by no means impossible. Here, Helen York, who has Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, which gives a person chronic pain, shares her

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