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Sensory toys for autism: new business aims to raise awareness of autism

We speak to a couple who, inspired by their autistic son, set up a business that not only sells sensory toys for children and adults with autism, but also aims to donate profits to charity and raise awareness of autism.

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How the Mountain Trike all-terrain wheelchair could help you

We hear from Mountain Trike, which makes all-terrain wheelchairs and trikes, about its new electric all-terrain wheelchair and how it can help you to explore and go where you want, without limits.

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Accessible and dog-friendly Norfolk cottage

If you’re looking for a holiday in the UK this autumn, take a look at this accessible cottage in Norfolk – it’s dog-friendly too. Find out more and watch a video tour as wheelchair user Martyn tried it out.

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Dating with hearing loss: what it really looks like

Are you deaf or have hearing loss and are nervous about dating? Read these tips on things to consider and how to overcome common challenges as a dater with hearing loss.

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Strength through adversity for disabled businessman

Disabled businessman Chris always wanted to own his own business. After becoming paralysed at 18, he feared his dreams were broken. But friends helped him through, and it inspired his new business, SchoolMates.

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November 2019: unmissable disability-related culture, arts and entertainment

We round up the best disability-related entertainment, art and culture, including tour dates with disabled comedian Lost Voice Guy, new blockbuster film starring a disabled actor and inclusive cabaret.

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8 misconceptions about cerebral palsy busted

Wheelchair user Ailsa busts 8 misconceptions about cerebral palsy, from assuming that all people with cerebral palsy are intellectually disabled as well as physically and that cerebral palsy is a disease that is catching.

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Top 5 accessible attractions and cities to visit in England if you have a disability

Looking for an accessible day out or even a weekend away? Check out these five accessible attractions and cities in England to find an accessible and enjoyable break for you and your family, no matter what your disability.