Tag "Disability"

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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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Disability equipment: 5 health benefits of adjustable beds

A good night’s sleep is priceless, for anyone, let alone if you’ have a long-term health condition or disability. So a comfortable adjustable bed is key, particularly if you often

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Naidex 2018: top 5 mobility aids

The countdown is on for Europe’s largest disability and independent living event. Naidex 2018 will return to Birmingham’s NEC on the 25th and 26th April for an incredible and unmissable

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Do you identify with the label ‘disabled’?

Disability has long been seen as a negative label, for the large part, conjuring up images of people in wheelchairs. But disability is wide-ranging and comes in many forms. So,

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VIDEO interview: Sean Stephenson on succeeding as a disabled entrepreneur

Following on from our launch of the DHorizons Tribe last week, in our new series, we’ll be interviewing experts, celebrities, and influencers to bring you video interviews, personal insights and more. First up,

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Disability advice: here’s how to get where you want to be

JOIN our DHorizons Tribe and DOWNLOAD our ultimate guide for FREE Helping our community achieve is, and will always be, at the heart of everything we do. So, to help

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Why coaching is massively beneficial for disabled people

To some, the idea of coaching might seem daunting, unnecessary or even a little ‘hippy’. But it can be an incredibly useful tool to help you build your confidence and

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How you can help change the lives of disabled people in developing countries

Being disabled comes with its difficulties. But many of us have it a lot easier than others. Around the world, millions of disabled people live in developing countries, often in

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World Cerebral Palsy Day: changing misconceptions about CP

Tomorrow, 6th October, is World Cerebral Palsy Day. So, to mark the day and to change people’s perceptions, Lindsey Pasieka, whose brother has cerebral palsy, busts 10 common misconceptions about the

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: tips to overcome barriers to cancer screening

Disabled women don’t have the same access to screening for breast and genealogical cancers as non-disabled women, and are up to three times as likely to die of breast cancer.