Reflecting on her life before, during and after her accident and rehabilitation, Sophie Morgan’s memoir Driving Forwards is a raw and intimate look into her personal experiences.Read More
Research carried out by the BBC of over 3,300 deaf and disabled people shows the lasting impact of the pandemic on the disabled community.
This Pride Month, it’s time to change conversations around sex, disability and the LGBTQ+ community.
Exploring in nature to befriending the elderly in his local community, volunteering opportunities has seen Owen Thomas helping others and raising awareness of disability.
Volunteering since he was a teenager, Thines Ganeshamoorthy credits his experience of giving back to the local community and charities for helping to find his voice and transition into his dream career.
Being a volunteer comes with personal and professional positives, alongside getting to work, support, and communicate with members of your local community. After a challenging year for disabled volunteers, charities take the time to show their gratitude.
Connecting with others can be an empowering factor of life, but it can, at times, be the most challenging first step. Ahead of World MS Day on 30 May, people living with MS share their journey to connecting with their MS community and the sense of unity that comes with it.