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Employment & Education
Mencap are supporting more people with learning disability into paid employment, here their employment co-trainer explains how.
Discover how Cambridge Home School, from Cambridge Online Education, can help disabled pupils flourish in home education.
This week (9 to 15 November) marks Learning Disability at Work Week, calling on employers to think differently about who they hire.
The University of the Creative Arts has launched their postgraduate students’ projects online, with one student working with the disabled community.
Leonard Cheshire has been selected for a Silver Award by The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums for their Can Do programme.
A legal ruling has found a visually impaired child experienced discrimination after the entry exams for an English grammar school were not accessible.
A group of interns from Engage to Change DFN Project SEARCH have donated funds to support the North Wales NHS COVID-19 Response Fund.
The way you apply and are assessed for different disability benefits has changed due to the pandemic. Here’s what you need to be aware of going forward.
Disability charity Sense has revealed over 50,000 people have started learning BSL after the launch of their Sense Sign School campaign.
New research finds almost one million UK parents suspect their child has a learning difficulty after observing them while homeschooling during lockdown.
The National Autistic Society Scotland is calling on schools to provide all autistic children with a personalised transition plan to help with their return to school.
The UK Government announced thousands of new special school places for children with special educational needs alongside 35 new free special schools.
Ninety autistic young people from across London and their families will benefit from new technology thanks to a grant from the London Freemasons.
Ahead of the new academic year, disability charity Disability Rights UK is calling on the Department of Education to remove the £200 charge disabled students have to pay for specialist equipment.