As we enter the Easter weekend (10 – 13 April), it’s time to entertain your kids with accessible activities that can be enjoyed from home.
In celebration of World Parkinson’s Day, we took a look at one of the most creative and confidence boosting programmes helping people with the disease.
The current Coronavirus outbreak has meant we’ve all had to get a little creative when it comes to communicating with each other.
Following the closure of theatres and cinemas across the UK due to the Coronavirus outbreak, production companies around the country are coming up with innovative new ways to ensure drama-enthusiasts don’t miss out.
The NHS recommends each adult gets at least 150 minutes of exercise each week, but if you’re self isolating, it can be harder to get those steps or access the exercise that usually makes up your daily routine.
Across the UK and worldwide, medical professionals are working tirelessly to ensure we all stay healthy during the COIVD-19 pandemic, and we want to help celebrate their work.
If you’ve been social distancing or self-isolating, you might be looking for new things to do to keep yourself entertained and stay positive during this challenging time.
At 21-years-old, Indian artist and illustrator Jijo Das is winning the praise of people around the world with his art. This year, Jijo’s design has been chosen for World Down Syndrome Day’s #LotsOfSocks campaign, he tells us how we can all learn from each other.
Jen Blackwell by Gary Hughes A Lancashire-based dance charity is set to deliver free online dance classes amid the COVID-19 outbreak, to combat loneliness and…
Actress and model Jamie Brewer is advocating for change, helping to fight negative perceptions around disability. Speaking to Lorne Gillies, Jamie reveals why disability shouldn’t hold you back.
One of the UK’s most-watched soaps is set to introduce the first mainstream deaf character in the show’s history.
Comedy is a fantastic way to bring people together, educate on serious matters with an entertaining twist, and break down barriers. But, more still needs to be done for disabled comedians and disability to break through into the mainstream.
Acclaimed screenwriter and playwright, Jack Thorne has advocated for disability representation on the small and big screen throughout his career. Speaking to Lorne Gillies, Jack discusses why meaningful representation is so important – and you can help be the change.
Channel 4 have partnered with Sainsbury’s, NatWest and Nationwide, to give airtime to local enterprises that are making differences to the lives of disabled people….
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, leading broadcasting BBC has launched their new commitment to boost disability representation for 2020 on and off screen in a three-part plan.