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5 products to help manage fatigue and chronic illness

Here at Disability Horizons, we round up five useful products to help people with fatigue pace themselves and maintain hydration,…

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Work & Education

Career coach gives tips for disclosing disability to employers

Listen Carla King has lived with Multiple Sclerosis for 15 years and is a qualified Career Coach. She has been…

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Lifestyle

Leonard Cheshire ‘Disabled Looks Like Me’ campaign raises awareness of invisible disabilities

'Disabled looks like me' t-shirts, from disability charity Leonard Cheshire with disabled illustrator Mimi Butlin, are aimed at raising awareness…

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News

MS Society delivers letter to Downing Street urging changes to PIP assessments

Disability charity, MS Society, has delivered a letter to No.10 to urge MPs to change the way PIP assessments are…

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Travel & Holidays

Samantha Renke shares her experiences with accessible toilets

Disabled actress and activist Sam Renke shares her toileting stories caused by the lack of accessible toilets, from having to…

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News

Medical cannabis approved for NHS patients with epilepsy and MS

Medical cannabis has been approved for use on NHS patients with rare forms of epilepsy and MS. However, campaigners want…

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Travel & Holidays

How the Mountain Trike all-terrain wheelchair could help you

We hear from Mountain Trike, which makes all-terrain wheelchairs and trikes, about its new electric all-terrain wheelchair and how it…

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Lifestyle

Accessible bathrooms: small things can make a big difference

Listen It’s amazing how the seemingly simple things, that most people take for granted, can make such a big difference…

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Lifestyle

Writing, travelling and living with multiple sclerosis

Listen Writer Margaret Halliday, who has multiple sclerosis (MS), tells Disability Horizons about how writing has helped her to cope with…

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Travel & Holidays

Flying solo: my first experience of travelling alone as a disabled passenger

Listen Blogger Tracey Ebbs recently discovered that navigating through an airport with Multiple Sclerosis, on her own, comes with a…

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