As restrictions ease, face-to-face events are returning and Naidex is one of the first up on the list. With the exhibition fast approaching, new safety guidance around COVID-19 measures has been released.
As Team GB prepare to represent at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Paralympian Will Bayley talks about the importance of the Games.
MPs and charities are calling for more measures to break down barriers to employment for disabled people after a new report found the current national system isn’t working.
Channel 4 has revealed their broadcasting plans for the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with more than 70 per cent of the Channel 4 presenting team disabled.
Former rugby player and motor neurone disease campaigner, Doddie Weir is calling on politicians and scientists to replicate the speed in which a vaccine was developed for the coronavirus to find a cure for MND.
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.
Next month, the first ever virtual version of The Big Event will go live offering visitors a great way to find out more about worry-free motoring with the Motability Scheme. Everyone is welcome and it’s free to attend.
On 18 June 2021, 50 charities sent an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson urging him to keep his promise to amend and fix Britain’s broken social care system.
Lottie Dolls has created a new doll that is set to educate more young people about Down’s syndrome.
Computer software company Nuance are bringing together a panel of experts this June to discover the power of assistive technology.
Mobility product manufacturer Invacare announces that elite British Paralympic athletes Hannah Cockroft MBE and Nathan Maguire will become sponsored for its premium active wheelchair brand, Küschall.
With the need for greater representation in politics, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Disability has launched a call for evidence on access to elected office.
This week (1-6 June) the Sunnybank Trust is celebrating the bravery of its members with a series of activities and events.
New multiple sclerosis projects – including three pioneering studies in the UK – are set to have £1.2 million invested as part of a global effort to stop the disease.
On World Menstrual Health Day, WUKA is challenging everyone to break taboos that exist around periods with an inclusive campaign.