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Is online dating becoming more accessible?

New research has shown that online dating is now considered one of the most popular ways to meet a romantic partner, and many people even use online dating as a

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Don’t get caught out: the ultimate guide to shopping online securely

Online shopping can open up a whole world to disabled people, who might otherwise be unable to easily access high street shops. But there can be dangers. To help you

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How to achieve practicality and style in your adapted bathroom

The bathroom is the most commonly adapted room in a home, enabling anyone with a disability to maintain their independence. That’s why we’ve spoken to Robin Tuffley from Closomat, an

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This is Not a Safe Space: a show about the truth of disability in the modern world

Award-winning poet and performer Jackie Hagan’s latest show, This is Not a Safe Space, explores the impact of benefit cuts on disabled peopled and those living on the margins of

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The Four Biscuits: a bakery run by women with Down’s syndrome

At the start of Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week and ahead of Worlds Down’s Syndrome Day on 21st March, we hear about a group of entrepreneurial women with Down’s syndrome who

Top disability sports: how you can take part

When we think of disability sports we think often of Paralympics. However, you do not need to be the next Paralympian to take part in sports. So with the Winter

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VIDEO interview: how to find a job if you’re disabled

In our latest video interview, Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley talks to Jane Hatton, who runs Evenbreak, a job site dedicated to disabled people. Watch our video to find out about Jane’s

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10 things a disabled person needs to know about their mother

A mother’s love is strong and unbreakable. She’s usually your biggest fan. But as a disabled person, do you worry about the effect your disability has had on your mother?

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Speaking out about body confidence and disability as a stroke survivor

My name is Anna Smith Higgs. I am a stroke survivor, burlesque dancer and activist for disability and sex. I am passionate about sharing my story as a stroke survivor,

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The Anarchic Cripple: standing up to bigotry for everyone

Disability Horizons writer Raya AlJadir speaks to disability activist and blogger JD Weaver, who campaigns for the rights of not only disabled people, but all marginalised groups. We find out

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