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How fashion and beauty brands can be more accessible

Disabled people buy clothes and beauty products just like anyone else. So why aren’t fashion and beauty brands more accessible? Visually impaired blogger Emily explains what simple things can be done to make them accessible.

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5 ways to be independent as a disabled person

Are you disabled and wanting to live more independently? Read these five tips, from understanding your disability rights to finding the best disability aids, to help you live independently as a disabled person.

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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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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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Social Model of Disability: who, what and why

Have you heard of the Social Model of Disability? Do you identify with it and use it? Disabled journalist Fleur Perry explains how it has created change for disabled people and can still be used today to make society truly inclusive.

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Promoting mental health for people with learning disabilities

Mental health is something we all need to keep in check. But, if you have a learning disability, it’s can be particularly important. Discover two strategies for helping to promote mental health and wellbeing.

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Finding a voice and an outlet through mouth painting

Kaileen, who was recently diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 2 after years of symtoms, has discovered mouth painting as a way of expressing herself. Read her story and discover whether mouth painting could be good for you, too.

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5 disability aids to help you enjoy the Easter weekend

From a lightweight, portable ramp to a foldable wheelchair cup holder, we’ve rounded up five disability aids to make your time out and about over the Easter weekend stress-free and enjoyable.

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4 tips for getting back to dating after becoming disabled

Dating with a disability can be daunting. But it doesn’t have to be – you can still find love the same as anyone else. Follow these 4 tips from someone who has experienced it to help you get back to dating after becoming disabled.

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Sophie Morgan on being a presenter, artist and disability campaigner

Sophie Morgan, who became a wheelchair user in 2003 after a car accident, is a disabled model, TV presenter, campaigner and artist. Find out about Sophie Morgan’s varied career and life, and watch her in action.