Today is World Kindness Day, and in these unprecedented times, being kinder has never been more important. Plus, it’s easier than you think to be kind.
This week (9 to 15 November) marks Learning Disability at Work Week, calling on employers to think differently about who they hire.
Two charities have teamed up to launch a counselling service for children and young people affected by motor neurone disease (MND).
Ten disability charities have called on the UK Government to improve the accessibility of coronavirus information as many people are being left behind.
Over 11,000 people have signed an open letter to the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, calling on him to use his upcoming Spending Review to protect autistic people.
The Stress Management Society discuss the effect of stress and asking for help during Stress Awareness Week 2020 and the ongoing pandemic.
Rugby legend Doddie speaks exclusively to Lorne Gillies about his foundation, new trials, The Dodcast and finding a cure for motor neuron disease.
England will enter a new nationwide lockdown to help curb the transmission of the coronavirus. There is help available to tackle isolation and loneliness.
On World Stroke Day (29 October), the Stroke Association is calling on all UK governments to commit to investing in Act FAST public health messaging.
Research by Leonard Cheshire has revealed that disabled people have been plunged into crisis by the COVID-19 employment landscape.
The first accessible pregnancy test prototype has been unveiled by the RNIB to help blind and visually impaired women know their results privately.
Three dogs, unsuitable to be guide dogs for the blind, have been donated by charity Guide Dogs to see if dogs can be used to detect coronavirus in people.
The Turned Out report by RNIB shows one in 10 blind voters and could vote independently and in secret in the last General Election.
In 2010 the Equality Act was enacted into law by Parliament to legally protect people against discrimination. The RNIB discuss the Act ten years on.
In October, cycling enthusiast Sam Smuts is taking on an epic cycling challenge to raise vital funds for WheelPower, who support wheelchair sports.