Campaigning for better air travel for disabled people – WE NEED YOUR HELP

Air travel is currently inadequate for many disabled people, leaving them frustrated instead of ready to enjoy a holiday. Help us to create change by taking our survey to share your experiences for air travel.

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Blue Badges will become eligible for people with hidden disabilities

On 30 August 2019, Blue Badges will become eligible for people with hidden disabilities, such as autism, dementia, depression and anxiety. Find out more about how the change to the Blue Badge scheme could affect you.

We review new accessible caravan open at Belle Aire Holiday Park

A holiday park in Norfolk has opened a luxury accessible caravan. Our writer and wheelchair user, Emma Purcell, spent the weekend trying out the accessible facilities. Find out whether it’s right for your next holiday.

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Right to Participate: how to fight disability discrimination

Disability Rights UK has set up a Right to Participate website that helps you find out more about the Equality Act and how to fight disability discrimination. Find out how it can help you to fight disability discrimination.

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The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower lanyard scheme helping people with hidden disabilities

The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower lanyard scheme is an initiative designed to act as a discreet sign that somebody has a hidden disability and requires additional assistance while out in public. Supermarkets Tesco and Sainsburys have started using the lanyards.

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Model, pageant queen and public speaker with Cerebral Palsy

Despite having Cerebral Palsy, Autumn Kinkade has won pageants, appeared in fashion shows across the US and is a public speaker. In all she does, she strives to inspire others by sharing her story of facing challenges and success. 

We speak to six-time Paralympic champion Stephen Miller

Find out what keeps successful Paralympian Stephen Miller motivated, his charity SMILE Through Sport and his involvement in the inclusive sporting event Superhero Series.

Concerns over access on public transport prior to car-free day in London

Concerns have been raised by disabled people over the access of public transport following the announcement of a car-free day in London next month.

Pharmacy2U review: the smart way to get repeat prescriptions

Do you struggle to get keep up with your repeat prescriptions and to get out to your GP or pharmacy? Then the Pharmacy2U app might be for you. Read our Pharmacy2U review to find out what we thought.

Why renting mobility equipment could be the way forward

Have you ever considered renting mobility equipment instead of buying it? It can offer a number of benefits, such as saving hassle when going on holiday or avoiding costly mistakes by trying an aid before buying.