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What Disability Pride Month means to me

Disability blogger, Rebecca Sullivan, shares what Disability Pride Month means to her – how it helps her acknowledge her differences,…

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Lifestyle

Naidex 2022: introducing the new Village Green and Disability Horizons Marketplace

Naidex 2022 is back and the focus is lifestyle. We'll be heading up the new Disability Horizons Marketplace with a…

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Lifestyle

10 disability horror stories that will shock you this Halloween

Disability blogger Emma Purcell shares her very own disability horror stories that will terrify and shock you this halloween.

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News

Which? research finds that banks are lacking accessibility for disabled customers

Listen Research conducted by the consumer group Which? has found that disabled customers are struggling to access bank services due…

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Assistive Tech & Products

Ramble Tag guidance aid co-creator Tom Forsyth speaks to Disability Horizons

We speak to Tom Forsyth, co-creator of the Ramble Tag guidance aid, which you can purchase on the Disability Horizons…

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Lifestyle

10 things we want for disabled people in the next 10 years

As part of Disability Horizons' 10th birthday, we round up 10 things disabled people want in the next 10 years.

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Work & Education

Yahya Siyad: blind entrepreneur, athlete and disability advocate

Yahya Siyad is a blind entrepreneur, Goalball athlete and disability advocate. His business, Inclusive Horizons, works with companies to increase…

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Travel & Holidays

Future mobility and the opportunity to improve accessibility

David, who has worked with transport companies for years, looks at how technology and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic…

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News

Influential voices in the disability community reflect on Life After Lockdown

An online video called Life After Lockdown has been commissioned by the Mobility Unlimited Challenge (MUC), in which four disability…

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News

71% of disabled people are unlikely to use the courts to challenge inaccessibility

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire has found that 71% of disabled people are unlikely to use the courts to challenge inaccessibility,…

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