Work & Education

The benefits of further education if you’re disabled

If you're considering further education but are not sure because you're disabled, read Able Magazine's article to discover why it…

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Sophie Morgan: how perceptions of disability are changing in Africa

Disability activist and TV personality Sophie Morgan recently visited Africa for disability charity Leonard Cheshire to see how attitudes toward…

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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…

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Tips for new disabled students from successful graduate Chloe Tear

AccessAble shares top tips from graduate Chloe Tear, who has cerebral palsy, on how to have the best experience as…

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How one man found his passion and work through the Work and Health programme

Have you heard of the UK Work and Health Programme? Find out how it helped one disabled writer with epilepsy…

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New figures show an increase in disabled people supported by Access to Work

New figures from the DWP show a record number of disabled people being supported by the Access to Work scheme.…

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Sir Stelios pledges more prize money for disabled entrepreneurs

Are you a disabled entrepreneur that owns their own business? Why not enter the Stelios Awards UK, in partnership with…

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11% of business leaders are apprehensive about recruiting disabled people to senior positions

A poll reveals a majority of business leaders are apprehensive about recruiting disabled people to a senior position. Find out…

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Disability activist Simon Stevens: I’m disabled, I’m gay and I’m controversial

Disability campaigner and consultant Simon Stevens talks about his life and work, and why he believes everyone has the right…

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Evenbreak: Busting myths about disabled people in the workplace

Jobs website, Evenbreak, which lists jobs for disabled people, is campaigning to highlight how valuable disabled talent is and busting…

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