Our very first doll was created five years ago following 18 months of research. We spoke to retailers, industry experts, child psychologists, nutritio…
Former Police Officer and amputee enjoys an active retirement Thanks to new NHS-funded prosthetic leg
Family man Courtenay Humphreys from Berkeley, Gloucestershire spent almost ten years using basic mechanical prostheses following the loss of his leg in…
Established in 1999, Level Playing Field (LPF) is a registered charity in England and Wales and acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation that re…
Last December, Cast in Doncaster presented the UK’s ﬁrst groundbreaking, fully British Sign Language (BSL) integrated pantomime. A smashhit Jack and th…
Accessibility Mark has joined forces with Disabled Access Day to encourage more disabled people to attend their participating riding centre to find o…
A person with Motor Neurone Disease and a limb amputee are among the winners of this year’s Disabled Photographers’ Society’s (DPS) annual competition, supported by Calumet Photographic. Scott Sinden, 47, who was diagnosed with MND just two years after he retired said he was “shocked and surprised” to scoop a prize. Brian Adam from Grimsby, who had part of his leg amputated said winning an award had given him “purpose” to get out of the house. There were more than 150 entries and the winners were presented with a certificate and medal at an awards ceremony which took place at Calumet Photographic’s London store on Drummond Street.
Any carer will tell you that caring is hard work and that unlike the rigours of the workplace proper, there are no designated holidays – and that, in f…
The additional care needs of a disabled child can sometimes mean that siblings feel there’s not enough time for them. Contact A Family tell us how to avoid this.
Read our guide to #volunteering and bring your invaluable skills and enthusiasm to a good cause!
Ever considered a career in Telecoms? There are a huge number of companies welcoming #disability candidates.
Are you heading to #Edinburgh for the #Fringe? Check out our guide to #accessible transport from Lothian Buses.
Check out our review of the Portable A3 Writing Block from TTS Group! #5stars #disability #products
We catch up with the brilliant Grace Clough to talk about #ParalympicsGB's Sportsfest, #Rio2016 and her medal hopes in Brazil.
Meet the nominees being recognised as diversity ambassadors in this year's National Diversity Awards
Naidex 2017 will be at the NEC Birmingham from the 28th – 30th March 2017 and has been acquired by PRYSM Group.
Meet Adam Black, a teacher living with a stutter who is nominated for a National Diversity Award this year! #disability
Need a folding walking stick without the fuss? This review might be for you...
We review this handy gadget to make sure your crutches stay where they should be!
As for myself as a disabled person. I need to believe. I need to get up and tell myself, sometimes through gritted teeth: ‘Yes I ruddy well can!’
Got a great idea? Thinking about starting your own business? Check out our guide for hints, tips and advice!
We catch up with Libby Clegg to find out how her preparations are going for the #Paralympics at #Rio2016
Looking for a handy gadget to hold your crutches? Check out our review of the Buckingham Crutch Pod.
Meet Andrew Pettigrew, 14, who receives the Pushkin Prizes creative writing award for Scottish students.
A nine-year-old pupil with cerebral palsy was able to show off his brand new basketball wheelchair in front of his schoolmates – and three of his Paralympic heroes yesterday!
Looking to get out and about in accessible Scotland this summer? Check out our handy guide!