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10 reasons to love Disability Horizons and be a part of our community 

Listen Over the last decade, we’ve created a strong and thriving community made up of disabled people, those with health…

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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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Raya Al-Jadir: finding myself and my home with Disability Horizons

Our writer and editor Raya Al-Jadir talks about how she came to join Disability Horizons, and how it changed her…

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Zubee Kibria: my career as a disabled entrepreneur and journey with Disability Horizons

Our communications, research and events manager, Zubee, reflects on her time with Disability Horizons and the skills and experiences it…

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Work & Education

Dr Hannah Barham-Brown: disability rights campaigner

Dr Hannah Barham-Brown is a campaigner for disability rights and awareness. Here, she discusses the importance of talking about disability.

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Assistive Tech & Products

Improving disabled people’s access to essential assistive technology

Assistive technology is essential to many people with disabilities. Esther discusses the importance of accessing certain products.

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Lifestyle

10 tips to help you keep warm if you have a disability

The winter season can make keeping warm for disabled people very difficult. Check out our tips on keeping warm this…

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Lifestyle

Using blogging and speaking to raise awareness of disabilities

Hannah, a blogger with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, uses blogging to raise awareness of what it's like living with an…

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Relationships & Sex

Disabled people have sex – it happens!

We're challenging people's perceptions of disability and showing everyone what is possible with our frank series on disability and sex.

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Entertainment & Culture

The Last Leg: how the show still promotes positive disability representation

Emma Shepherd talks about how The Last Leg has promoted positive disability representation since it's launch during the 2012 Paralympics.

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