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Work & Education

5 accessible ways to succeed working from home if you have a disability

Working from home is becoming more possible and beneficial for people. Emma shares five simple ways to organise, plan, communicate…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

The lifting of Covid-19 restrictions is lifting my stress level up

Our writer Raya, who has muscular dystrophy and respiratory failure, discusses why she is worried about the lifting of Covid…

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Work & Education

The World Got Smaller: highlighting why people with intellectual disabilities shouldn’t be underestimated

Check out the short film The World Got Smaller, created by The Guild for Human Services, highlighting why people with…

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Lifestyle

More than 50% of disability hate crime victims have experienced direct verbal abuse

Our latest disability hate crime survey has found more than 50% of disabled people who have experienced hate crime have…

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News

Covid-19 vaccine exemption pass: what to do if you cannot be vaccinated or test for Covid

Many people cannot be vaccinated or tested due to a medical reason or have treatment that may cause side effects.…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Long Covid and ME/CFS: my ongoing battle with both

As we hear more about people suffering from long Covid and its similarities to ME, we hear from Sally, who…

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Lifestyle

More than 50% of people happy to see Covid-19 restrictions lifted in June 2021

A survey conducted by Disability Horizons has found more than 50% of respondents are either fairly happy or really happy…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

8 things the Covid-19 pandemic has taught us over the past year

Raya talks about the important things that Covid-19 has taught us, and how it has changed disabled people's lives.

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Lifestyle

A disabled traveller’s guide to lockdown holidays at home

Carrie-Ann Lightley, a disabled travel blogger, shows how you can have a holiday at home if you are continuing to…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Fighting Covid-19: the experience of being in hospital as a disabled person

Debbie Cannon, who has a disability, almost lost her life to covid-19. She has since recovered and wants to share…

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