Work & Education

Career coach gives tips for disclosing disability to employers

Carla King has lived with Multiple Sclerosis for fifteen years and is a qualified Career Coach. She has been able…

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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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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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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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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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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…

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How an inclusive internship for disabled people taught me that ‘Actually I Can’

Ria, who has chronic fatigue syndrome, tells us about how Leonard Cheshire's Change 100 internship programme gave her a new…

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Why we need more diversity at the top

With diversity and inclusion as important today as it has always been, we need a wider variety of people from…

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Why time is so precious when you’re disabled

Wheelchair user Emma Purcell, who is also visually impaired, explains exactly why time is so precious for disabled people when…

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Actually I Can: independence and your dreams are possible as a disabled person

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire has launched a campaign called Actually I Can, which encourages disabled people to share their stories…

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