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Disability Motoring UK: how you can help to stamp out disabled parking abuse

Are you often left frustrated by abuse of disabled parking bays? Disabled Motoring UK wants UK supermarkets to stamp out disabled parking abuse. Take its survey to help make a difference.

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5 disability aids and gadgets that can help you live independently

We’ve rounded up five disability aids and gadgets to help you to live independently, whether that’s cooking, cleaning, working or watching TV. Find out more about how these cheap disability aids could help you.

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Disabled dating gone wrong: 3 painfully awkward dating experiences

Dating is hard, but it can be particularly tricky if you’re disabled. If you’ve had awkward dating experience, you’re not alone. Read these three painful disabled dating experiences to prove you’re not alone.

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The ultimate guide to accessible festivals across the UK

Keen to attend a music festival but not sure whether any will be accessible? We round up the most accessible festivals across the UK, from Edinborough Fringe to Reading Festival, that caters to a range of disabilities.

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Jobs for disabled people via Evenbreak: sales support executive

Disability jobs board Evenbreak has a new disabled-friendly job. Accessible building design company Motionspot is looking for a sales support executive to help grow the business and is looking for disabled talent.

Pilot of LEGO® Braille Bricks to develop blind and visually impaired children’s breadth of skills

LEGO is creating LEGO Braille Bricks for blind and visually impaired children to help them learn through play. The LEGO Braille Bricks are currently being trialled across the world and are expected to be on sale next year in 2020.

Disability charity celebrates the art and creativity of disabled people

Disability charity Livability recently ran an exhibition to showcase art, crafts, metal works, textiles and painting from disabled people across the Livability community.

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Actor Jules Robertson on living with Asperger’s and rising to fame in Holby City

Our writer Emma Purcell speaks to disabled actor Jules Robertson about his career as an actor, appearing in Holby City and Endeavour, his mum Kathy Lette and living with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism.

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The Able Label: get 10% off practical and stylish adaptive clothing for disabled women

Do you struggle to dress and find clothes to fit because of your disability? You’re not alone. That is why adaptive clothing brand The Able Label was born. Get 10% off adaptive clothing by reading this article…

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5 accessible walks and nature reserves across the UK for anyone with a disability

Looking for something accessible to do this bank holiday weekend? How about exploring an accessible walk or nature reserve? Take a look at these 5 accessible outdoor beauty spots to visit this weekend.