Cerebral Palsy

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Disability in the spotlight on Britain’s Got Talent 2022

Britain’s Got Talent 2022 is in full swing and the 15th series has featured even more amazing auditions from performers…

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Entertainment & Culture

Tim Renkow on being a comedian and actor with cerebral palsy

We speak to star of BBC sitcom Jerk, Tim Renkow, about living with cerebral palsy and his career as 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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Wellbeing & Fitness

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Wheelchair racer Kare Adenegan in the spotlight

We speak to wheelchair racer Kare Adenegan about her career in Para-athletics and her preparations for Tokyo 2020.

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Lifestyle

From London 2012 to Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Boccia player David Smith in the spotlight

We speak to world number one Boccia player David Smith about his Paralympic success, preparations for Tokyo 2020 plus much…

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Lifestyle

Stopping the hero vs victim narrative for disabled people

Disabled blogger Chloe Tear explains why the hero and victim narrative should stop for disabled people and we should be…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Para equestrian Sophie Christiansen in the spotlight

We speak to Para equestrian champion Sophie Christiansen about living with cerebral palsy and competing in Para dressage ahead of…

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Entertainment & Culture

10 influential disabled LGBTQ+ activists to follow this Pride Month

To mark pride month, our writer Emma Purcell lists 10 influential disabled people from the LGBTQ+ community who you should…

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Entertainment & Culture

I Can’t Stand podcast: what it is truly like being a disabled woman

Peta Hooke, a wheelchair user with cerebral palsy, tells us about her I Can't Stand podcast, where she answers questions…

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Lifestyle

How to employ your own PAs: a practical guide from a personal perspective

Georgina Moore tells us about her experiences employing PAs. She offers helpful advice to disabled care receivers on how to…

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