Disability

Wellbeing & Fitness

Why journaling could help you cope with Covid-19

Emma West, an online counsellor with Kniest Syndrome, explains how journaling is a great way to improve your wellbeing and…

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Assistive Tech & Products

Adaptive clothing solutions: how my daughter inspired me to start a business

Lucy, the founder of Seenin, a specialist adaptive clothing range for disabled people talks about how her disabled daughter inspired…

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Lifestyle

Challenging the misconception that carers control my autonomy

Simon Stevens, a disability rights activist, explains his frustrations around his autonomy being undermined by healthcare workers and carers.

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Lifestyle

Satonmybutt: reviewing and vlogging from the ‘comfort’ of my wheelchair

Disabled vlogger, blogger and reviewer Zec, who reviews for us on the Disability Horizons Shop, started doing so after experiencing…

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Lifestyle

10 things living with a disability teaches you

Disability can be hard, but it can also make you a stronger person. Disabled writer Raya reflects on the positive…

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Work & Education

How the media is changing the landscape for disability and inclusion

Disabled journalist, Michael McEwan, talks about how the media is starting to make a difference with disability and inclusion and…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Learning to accept and embrace my disability

Listen Freddie Stebbings, who recently came on board to work across our social media channels, talks about his experiences of…

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Lifestyle

The Disability Union: how it can help you to fight for your rights

This week The Disability Union launched, the first union for disabled people, run by disabled people, who will help you…

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Work & Education

What National Inclusion Week means to me as a disabled woman

This National Inclusion Week, Dr Lucy Reynolds, who has cerebral palsy, talks about how she hopes it is an opportunity…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Disability football: so much more than just a sport

Sam Harris, who has cerebral palsy, explains why disability football is so much more than just a sport and has…

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