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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

8 myths about living with urinary catheters busted

Our writer, Emma Purcell – who was fitted with a catheter in 2018 – debunks 8 myths about living with…

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Lifestyle

Book review: Samantha Renke’s autobiography You Are The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

Our writer Raya gives a book review of "You Are The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread", an autobiography by disability…

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Entertainment & Culture

Liberty Festival: a FREE 3-day festival by D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse artists

Check out the accessible and FREE Liberty Festival in London with a range of events by D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse…

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Work & Education

10 disabled scientists you should explore and discover

We share 10 disabled scientists you should explore and discover, including physicists Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein.

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Lifestyle

Naidex 2022: introducing the new Village Green and Disability Horizons Marketplace

Naidex 2022 is back and the focus is lifestyle. We'll be heading up the new Disability Horizons Marketplace with a…

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Lifestyle

Jess Thom: changing the narrative about Tourette’s

We speak to Jess Thom about living with Tourette’s, her creative project Touretteshero and her appearances on stage and screen.

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Lifestyle

Stop comparing yourself to others no matter your impairment

Disability and lifestyle blogger Ross Lannon shares how he is trying to stop comparing himself to others while living with…

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Entertainment & Culture

Ruth Madeley: BAFTA-nominated actor creating greater disability representation in the media

We speak to BAFTA-nominated actor Ruth Madeley about her living with spinal bifida, her acting career and being a patron…

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Lifestyle

Why awkward conversations and intrusive questions about my disabled partner are not acceptable in society

Blogger, Becky Henley, shares her experiences of awkward conversations and intrusive questions she confronted about her partner Dan, who has…

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