Disability charity Sense has revealed over 50,000 people have started learning BSL after the launch of their Sense Sign School campaign.
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Regardless of age, lockdown left people faced with fears, worries and concerns. Two people share their experiences of life in lockdown.
Scotland’s Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing Joe FitzPatrick shares what young carers can expect from the government for support.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic we have been urged to look after our physical health, but your mental health is just as important.
The Stroke Association has launched their Here for You telephone support services, with support from Kaye Adams, to help tackle loneliness.
A blood test could be introduced in the next three years that can diagnose Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms occur.
Leading equity firm, Advent International, has donated £400,000 in response to Mencap’s urgent coronavirus appeal.
New fears have been revealed by a disability charity that the disabled community may be left behind.
A survey conducted by Carers Trust has found that young carers and young adult carers have been significantly impacted by the ongoing pandemic, with mental health cited as the leading concern.
Ninety autistic young people from across London and their families will benefit from new technology thanks to a grant from the London Freemasons.
Today (15 July) is Care Home Day, an online campaign to raise the profile of care homes across Scotland.
A Gloucester barber has trained all staff to spot mental health issues in clients in a bid to promote mental health awareness in men.
Revitalise continue to provide support and respite for thousands of people across the UK living with a disability. Find out how they could help you.
There’s no denying that we live in unprecedented times, and knowing what you can and can’t do has been disorientating. As lockdown measures change across the UK, what does this mean for you?
Made Possible is the exciting new book, edited by Saba Salman, featuring stories of success of people with learning disability -– in their own words.