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Sex and disability: a hot topic

It appears that over the last few years sex and disability has become something of a hot topic. However, that doesn’t mean it’s always portrayed in a positive way. Writer and blogger Catherine

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Disabled Access Day: making participation possible

Disabled Access Day is all about visiting somewhere you’ve never been before, whether that’s a coffee shop, cinema, sports centre or anywhere else. Here’s how to get involved… On 12

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Disability and sex: making ‘the chat’ easier

Although Valentine’s Day is done and dusted, dating and sex is always a hot topic. But when you have a disability or disabled child, talking about relationships, and certainly sex,

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Disability and employment: gaining experience

Jane Hatton, who manages Evenbreak, a not-for-profit job board run by disabled people for disabled people, publishes her monthly article on the subject of employment and diversity. #DHgurus One of

Top 10 Paralympians who inspire us ahead of Rio 2016

Top disability sports: how you can take part Top 10 exercises for disabled people Paralympics: Ellie Simmonds in the spotlight Paralympians inspire many disabled and non-disabled people. We saw the affect

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Disability and entertainment: tech and a short trip to a log cabin

Hayleigh Barclay is delighted to join in with Disability Horizons to offer a monthly article on entertainment. Hayleigh has a Masters in Creative Media Practises and is currently undertaking a

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An update on our Six Month Academy mentee Marni Smyth, and why you should donate to SMA Support UK

Back in August 2015 we launched the Six Month Academy, a mentoring scheme, which we created in partnership with SMA Support UK. Out of all the applicants, we picked design

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Lonely Planet publishes accessible travel resources

We at Lonely Planet believe that travel is for all, no matter what someone’s abilities or limitations are. We also know that the first barrier to travel for many people who

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Disability, sex and relationships: hearing loss

In our series on disability, sex and relationships, expert and resident agony aunt Tuppy (who runs Outsiders – a private club for disabled people looking for a relationship) answers your

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How do you do it? A frank talk about sex and disability

With Valentine’s Day just round the corner, it’s guaranteed that many folk will be worrying about sex and relationships. The pressure to both please and be pleased might sound like

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