Archive

Travel 0 Comments

Accessible London: 10 of the best places to visit

If you have a disability, travelling is rarely straight forward. So that’s why we’ve teamed up with Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All, to bring you a series of articles

Uncategorised 0 Comments

When your loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness

You’ve just experienced the worst thing you’ll likely ever experience. Your loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. As if the news in and of itself wasn’t enough

Lifestyle 0 Comments

The benefits of online therapy if you have a disability

With the physical barriers that we as disabled people face in the world, and emotional ups and downs life brings, counsellor Helen Rutherford talks about how online therapy can be

Employment 0 Comments

Disability and employment: my story of success

From a non-conformist teenager to a successful career woman with her own business, disability blogger Kelly Perks-Bevington talks to Disability Horizons about how her disability hasn’t impacted on her accomplishments. Let me

Travel 0 Comments

Accessible activity: my wonderful horse and carriage experience in Devon

Remember the competition we ran last week with the National Trust South West, where we asked you to vote for Martyn Sibley to do an accessible activity with the Calvert Trust Exmoor? Well your votes

Relationships & Sex 0 Comments

Disability, sex and relationships: stopping anxiety getting in the way of love

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

Lifestyle 0 Comments

Top 10 exercises for disabled people

Dom Thorpe is a personal trainer who specialises in working with disabled people to help them get fit and healthy. We’ve asked him to list the top 10 exercises for disabled people with

Employment 0 Comments

Disability and employment: talking about your disability

Jane Hatton, who manages Evenbreak, a not-for-profit jobs board run by disabled people for disabled people, publishes her bi-monthly article on the subject of disability and employment. This month, talking

Lifestyle 0 Comments

FREE downloadable guide to finding an accessible home

Finding a new home can be difficult at the best of times, but when you add on the extra work and stress of finding an accessible house that allows you

Entertainment 0 Comments

Be inspired by wheelchair dance as we interview two champions

Nuno Sabroso was a former national Latin and ballroom dance competitor in his home country of Portugal. When he was approached by Daniele Oliveira – a wheelchair user – to

  • 1
  • 2