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The art of blind photography and finding your own style

Tammy has always had a passion for all things creative – writing, drawing, and taking photographs. But with a retinal disease, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), that causes vision loss over time,

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Disabled holidays: your travel questions answered

To help make your disabled holidays that little bit easier, we’ve teamed up with accessible travel expert and wheelchair user Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All. This year we’re opening up

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Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month: have you heard of the condition?

Did you know that February is Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month? Marfan Syndrome is a disorder that affects connective tissues, and so can affect someone’s entire body. We speak to Shona

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Disability benefits: make sure you’re getting the help you need

From Personal Independence Payment to Disability Living Allowance, there are a whole host of disability benefits out there designed to help you. But are you claiming everything you’re entitled to?

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Disability and travel: our ultimate travel tips

Starting to prepare for your holiday this year? Well before you book, you’ll want to read on. Disability Horizons Co-founder Srin Madipalli, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy and runs accessible

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Naidex 2017: top 5 mobility aids

If you caught last month’s article about Naidex 2017, then you will know that Europe’s largest event dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and lifestyle of people with disabilities or impairments

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Valentine’s Day: I’m in the greatest relationship, let me tell you why…

Life can have a very funny way of teaching and improving people, more specifically those with disabilities.  I remember going to a high school dance, by myself. Going alone was

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We interview 13-year-old disabled model Isabella Neville

Isabella Neville, who has Cerebral Palsy, is used to being in the limelight. Her famous footballer dad, Phil Neville, played football for 18 years. But now she’s stepping into the

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We talk to a disability rights activist who’s not afraid to make his voice heard

Disability rights activist Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy, has just released his autobiography. It talks about his struggles with abuse, addiction and attempted suicide, contrasted with periods of self-discovery and a growing

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Backpacking around Burma with a visual impairment

While she had her doubts, Alexa Huth didn’t let her visual impairment stop her from going backpacking in Burma for the experience of a lifetime. Read on to hear more

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