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Take part in the inclusive Wings For Life World Run

The inclusive Wings for Life World Run is returning in May 2019 for its sixth year. Registration is open, so competitors from across the world and of all abilities can

How cycling helped Nick rediscover who he was after a stroke

A stroke changes someone’s life. That is certainly true for Nick Cole, a former senior ICT Project Manager. A stroke had given him, in his words, a ‘scrambled egg’ brain.

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Planning my stylish, magical and totally accessible wedding

Accessibility is paramount anywhere, but the last place you want to face inaccessibility is your wedding day. So, for ‘love month’, we hear from wheelchair user Tori about how she

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7 out of 10 disabled workers failed by employers

A staggering 73% of disabled workers in the UK say they have stopped working due to a disability or health condition*, according to new research from disability charity Leonard Cheshire.

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Visit Tune in to Access this March to discover new music technology

Join Drake Music on Saturday 16th March 2019 for the Barbican’s Tune in to Access, a celebratory free day of performances and participation exploring accessibility, technology and the arts. The Barbican is

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Proof that disability doesn’t mean love isn’t possible

Wading through disabled dating sites can become depressing. But there are success stories. Disability Horizons’ very own Chris Cusack is living proof of that. So, for love month, we’ve asked

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Fashion is for everyone – no matter what your disability

What we wear day-in-day-out has a big impact on how we feel about ourselves. Frustratingly, if you’re disabled, finding clothes that will work for you and make you feel good

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Why you should consider Portugal for your next accessible holiday

A number of years ago, sisters Rita and Daniela, who live in Lisbon and love travelling, realised how limiting travelling can be if you have a disability. They decided to

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Finding truly accessible products is like walking a tightrope

Peter Wilkins, an experienced blind techie who has written reviews for the product review website Rate It!, feels like he has been tightrope-walking for more than 50 years. Why? Because

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8 accessible sex toys and aids for anyone with a disability

Valentine’s Day might be over, but we’ve coined all of February ‘love month’ to help ensure that talking about sex and disability isn’t a taboo, and that no matter what