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VisitEngland: accessible countryside breaks

Following on from VisitEngland’s launch of its Access for All campaign, which aimed to raise awareness of accessible places across England, it has created three guides with a wealth of advice and information on

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DH Podcast: Dicky and Marv on… independent living

In the latest edition of Dicky and Marv they discuss Independent Living. With one growing up in Grimsby and the other in Cambridge; learn how they battled to leave home

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Disability, sex and relationships: pleasuring women

In our series on disability, sex and relationships, expert and resident agony aunt Tuppy (who runs Outsiders – a private club for disabled people looking for a relationship) answers your

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The disabled foodie’s top 5 New York City accessible restaurants

David Friedman is a 39 year-old foodie living in NYC who happens to be disabled. He uses a wheelchair. In August 2014 he noticed a need for accessibility information as

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Escape… with 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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The accessible workstation of a journalist and consultant

Robert Wemyss is the IT guru at Really Useful Stuff. RUS is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly roundup of all things tech and gadget.

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10 reasons to love your disability

Negative comments about disability are all too common. So, we wanted to turn it on it’s head by asking one of our regular writers, Lorraine Howard who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy

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Escape… with 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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VisitEngland: accessible coastal breaks

Following on from VisitEngland’s launch of its Access for All campaign – which aimed to raise awareness of accessible places across England – VisitEngland has created three guides with a wealth of advice and

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Discover Cambridge on an accessible tour

One of the most revered and beautiful university towns in the UK, Cambridge, with its myriad of medieval colleges, cobbled passageways and splendid backs, needs little introduction. Founded in 1209,