Work & Education
    24/09/2020

    Bring in ‘Purple Passports’ and extend furlough to stop jobs crisis for disabled people

    Disability charity Leonard Cheshire is calling on the Government to extend the furlough scheme for disabled people, and bring in…
    Travel & Holidays
    23/09/2020

    Tailored Leisure: accessible breaks to boost your wellbeing

    Disabled mum of two Tara tells us about her new business, Tailored Leisure, which helps disabled people find accessible breaks…
    Lifestyle
    22/09/2020

    Being blind doesn’t mean you can’t be fashionable

    Clare Beetham, who is blind, breaks myths around visually impaired people not being fashionable, and how the fashion industry needs…
    Entertainment & Culture
    21/09/2020

    Ade Adepitan on his wheelchair basketball career and becoming a television presenter and author

    Ade Adepitan is a former wheelchair basketball player, TV present and author. We speak to him about his life with…
    Wellbeing & Fitness
    18/09/2020

    Disability football: so much more than just a sport

    Sam Harris, who has cerebral palsy, explains why disability football is so much more than just a sport and has…
    Relationships & Sex
    14/09/2020

    Thinking outside of the box if you’re disabled can make your sex life explosive

    Being disabled doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to enjoy sex. In fact, because it often means thinking outside the…
    Entertainment & Culture
    12/09/2020

    Disability short story series: Rolling In It

    We don't think there are enough books with disabled characters or disability in the storyline, so we have created some…
    Lifestyle
    11/09/2020

    2 FREE online taster classes to help you change your life

    If you're feeling lost or like you need a change, take a look at these two FREE online classes to…
    Travel & Holidays
    08/09/2020

    Future mobility and the opportunity to improve accessibility

    David, who has worked with transport companies for years, looks at how technology and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic…
    Assistive Tech & Products
    08/09/2020

    Influential voices in the disability community reflect on Life After Lockdown

    An online video called Life After Lockdown has been commissioned by the Mobility Unlimited Challenge (MUC), in which four disability…
    Entertainment & Culture
    07/09/2020

    Joanne Roughton-Arnold: visually impaired violinist, opera singer and founder of FormidAbility

    Joanne Roughton-Arnold is a visually impaired violinist, opera singer and the founder of the opera company formidAbility, which makes opera…
    News
    07/09/2020

    Social distancing signs to help you stay safe as a disabled person

    If you are disabled or have a health condition and are worried that others won't socially distance from you, take…
    Lifestyle
    05/09/2020

    Cerebral palsy and me: why I wear a helmet with pride

    Simon Stevens. who has cerebral palsy, wears a helmet to protect him if he falls. But with what could be…
    Entertainment & Culture
    04/09/2020

    How to fundraise if you have a disability

    Stephanie, who has congenital muscular dystrophy, recently raised more than £700 for Muscular Dystrophy UK from her home. Find out…
    Entertainment & Culture
    28/08/2020

    Rising Phoenix: a documentary about the Paralympic Games movement

    Paralympian's hail launch of ground-breaking movie Rising Phoenix, which features the story of the Paralympic Games movement and is streamin on…
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