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Travel & Holidays

Disabled people still wary of flying during the Covid-19 pandemic

A second survey by EasyTravelseat of disabled people has revealed that they are still wary of flying during the Covid-19…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Olu Fadipe: how I want to be a role model for men with facial disfigurement

Olu Fadipe, who has Cystic Hygroma and facial disfigurement, tells us about his struggles as a child and how he…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Two-thirds of men with a disfigurement feel embarrassed, worried or afraid

Changing Faces' survey of more than 1,000 men with disfigurement reveals that many are embarrassed, worried or afraid about how…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Using dance to help people reach their potential and change perceptions of disability

Jen, who has Down's Syndrome, founded DanceSyndrome, a dance company that welcomes people with all forms of disability and helps…

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Work & Education

Customer Service Manager job working from home with Disability Horizons Shop

We're looking for a polite and patient Customer Service Manager to answer customer queries on the Disability Horizons Shop, all…

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News

Reports of violent disability hate crime continue to rise

An investigation reveals that 7,300 disability hate crimes were reported across 36 regions in England and Wales in 2019/20, but…

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Assistive Tech & Products

6 things to consider when buying a profiling or adjustable bed

A profiling or adjustable bed could make a huge difference to your life and independence if you have a disability.…

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Travel & Holidays

How I’m trying to make a career in outdoor activities more accessible

Laura May, who is a wheelchair user and works as an outdoor instructor, talks about how she's been fighting to…

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Work & Education

What National Inclusion Week means to me as a disabled woman

This National Inclusion Week, Dr Lucy Reynolds, who has cerebral palsy, talks about how she hopes it is an opportunity…

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Work & Education

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…

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