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Wellbeing & Fitness

5 self-care tips: how to manage difficult days if you have a disability or health condition

If you have a disability or health condition, these 5 self-care tips will help you to manage those difficult days…

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Lifestyle

The cost of living crisis: disabled people’s stories

With rising food and energy prices, our writer Raya talks to disabled people about the impact on their quality of…

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Travel & Holidays

5 things not to say to a disabled traveller

Check out these 5 awkward things not to say to a disabled person when travelling - and discover how many…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

The Challenge Hub: enabling anyone with disabilities or mental health issues to reach their potential

The Challenge Hub aims to help anyone with a disability or mental health issues to get active and reach their…

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News

Ukraine invasion by Russia: disability rights in times of unrest

Listen As Ukraine is invaded by Russian forces, our writer, reviewer and Disability Horizons TV presenter, Zec Richardson, discusses the…

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News

Cost of living crisis: benefits must keep pace with inflation

Charity Leonard Cheshire draws on research to highlight why disability benefits must be kept in line with inflation to avoid…

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Work & Education

The Global Disability Summit: back for 2022 and still ground-breaking

Disability charity Leonard Cheshire looks at why the Global Disability Summit 2022 is so important and what world leaders should…

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Lifestyle

A forward look – why choice in social care is paramount in the years ahead 

Leonard Cheshire looks at why choice and control for disabled people in social care is so important, and why it…

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Lifestyle

How to pace yourself when cooking the Christmas dinner

Emma Shepherd, who has ethlers-donlas syndrome, shares her tips for pacing yourself when cooking Christmas lunch if you have a…

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Lifestyle

4 ways to help blind and visually impaired people during the festive season

Blind blogger Holly shares 4 ways you can make Christmas more inclusive for blind and visually impaired people.

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