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WIN an easyTravelseat to make travelling by air easier as a wheelchair user

WIN an easyTravelseat, worth nearly £400, designed to make transferring to and from a wheelchair and aircraft seat easier. Find out how to enter our competition and see the easyTravelseat in action.

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Premier League accessibility club by club: how the teams fare

Wheelchair user Nick Bishop explores the accessibility of Premier League football clubs across the UK. Find out which are the most accessible football stadiums, and what some need to do to meet accessibility requirements.

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Accessing Vienna and Bratislava as a wheelchair user

Wheelchair user Derry Felton, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy, shares his experience of travelling to and around Vienna and Bratislava. Read on to discover how accessible these cities are to wheelchair users.

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6 biggest misconceptions about dating someone who is deaf

Like anyone else with a disability, deaf people are the same as everyone else. Here, we bust 6 misconceptions about dating someone deaf. See how many of them you recognise!

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Disabled entrepreneur Josh on his invention to help wheelchair users travel more easily

Be inspired by disabled entrepreneur Josh, whose wheelchair transfer seat is making flying easier for wheelchair users. Plus, read his tips on how to start your own business and become a disabled entrepreneur.

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10 animation characters with disabilities

Have you seen many disabled characters in kids’ films or animations? Our writer Raya has rounded up 10 characters with disabilities in animations and kids’ films – some portrayed positively, and some not.

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How to make the most of your recliner chair

Are you thinking of getting a riser recliner chair? First read this advice to understand the benefits, how to buy the best recliner chair and how to look after your recliner so that it lasts up to 10 years.

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Social Model of Disability: who, what and why

Have you heard of the Social Model of Disability? Do you identify with it and use it? Disabled journalist Fleur Perry explains how it has created change for disabled people and can still be used today to make society truly inclusive.

Para-athletics: from becoming a para-athlete to facing its challenges

Para-athlete Victoria Baskett, who has a clubfoot, never expected to get into para-athletics. In fact, she didn’t see herself as having a disability. She now wants to change para-athletics for other disabled people.

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5 sex tips for disabled/interabled couples who have hit a rut

Couples can sometimes get stuck in a rut in the bedroom, whether you’re both disabled or one of you is. Read these 5 tips to get your sex life back on track, from simple flirting tips to using sex toys.