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5 things I want others to know about disability

Rebecca Sullivan is a blogger who uses her writing to express her experiences of living with cerebral palsy. Her work…

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Disability Horizons investigation shows some councils may be limiting disabled people’s choice of where to live

Our recent investigation into Adult Social Care choice policies has uncovered that a number of councils may be breaching disabled…

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Have your rights been breached by your council?

Following on from our Independent Living investigation, where disabled journalist Fleur Perry discovered that some councils may be limiting disabled…

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Meet the Disability Horizons team at Naidex 2020!

Come and meet the Disability Horizons team at Naidex on 17th and 18th March 2020 at Birmingham's NEC, stand N114.…

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Relationships & Sex

Hiki disabled dating app: first ever for people with Autism

New disabled dating app Hiki has been designed specifically for people with Autism. Learn more about the dating app, why…

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How we’re aiming to make the world more inclusive in 2020

Co-founder of Disability Horizons, Martyn Sibley, shares his thoughts on the past year and Disability Horizons’ plans for reaching and…

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Wellbeing & Fitness

Hospitals and me: how to have the best possible experience if you’re disabled

Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy among other impairments, has spent a lot of time in hospital. Here, he shares…

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Travel & Holidays

Discovering and redefining the world to break down disabling barriers

Kenneth, who has cerebral palsy, lived his life defined by others. But after the trip of his dreams to Russia,…

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8 misconceptions about cerebral palsy busted

Wheelchair user Ailsa busts 8 misconceptions about cerebral palsy, from assuming that all people with cerebral palsy are intellectually disabled…

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Ultimate guide to vitamins and minerals to support well-being – whatever your disability

Vitamins and minerals are important for everyone, but this is particularly the case if you're disabled or have a long-term…

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