Amazon has unveiled a new feature for people with a narrow field of vision to make their streaming services more accessible.
With fears a mental health crisis is on the horizon it’s time we spoke about the elephant in the room and took some time to be kind to our mental wellbeing.
Three carers discuss the need for recognition, more support and what changes they want to see going forward from the pandemic.
A student from Loughborough University has designed a robotic guide dog for visually impaired people who are unable to home or have a real animal.
The Children’s Trust has produced a special easy to follow recipe book, developed by children and rehabilitation therapists, for the whole family to enjoy.
Discover how cars are adapted and what adaptations are available on the Motability scheme, thanks to a new guide from Stoneacre.
A lack in provision of care for people with a learning disability has brought attention to the need for healthcare reform. Emma Storr investigates.
The UK’s first fully voice-activated smart phone, media player and personal assistant has landed in the form of RealSAM In Your Pocket.
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.
Our new columnist, TV presenter, campaigner and mental health advocate, Gail Porter writes about her life in lockdown and taking the time to be grateful.
Living with dementia at any time presents everyday challenges for that person and those around them, but coronavirus is making daily life harder for people with dementia.
With lockdown restrictions easing it’s time to adapt. Three people share the challenges they face following the guidelines when living with a disability.
A petition has been launched by disability blogger Emma Purcell to make audio description compulsory on all films, TV, shows and streaming services.
Constant change to routines and government rules have created a challenging environment for autistic people, what adaptations have to be made?
Disability charity Sense has revealed over 50,000 people have started learning BSL after the launch of their Sense Sign School campaign.