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What’s the fuss about PIP?

The Department of Work and Pensions has announced that every person receiving Personal Independence Payments (PIP) will have their claim reviewed and it’s expected that…








The importance of self care

This week, it’s Self Care Week, raising awareness of the importance of looking after your health where you can, and doing your bit to make…


The Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness

Loneliness does not discriminate against age, race, gender or ability. As more disabled people in the UK face disproportionally high levels of loneliness, charities are…


INTERVIEW: Dame Sarah Storey

Pregnant with her second child, running an elite women’s cycling team and eyeing up the Tokyo Paralympics in 2020 too – it’s a busy time…


Channel 4: Going the extra mile

A job in the media might seem like an impossible dream when you have a disability, but one broadcaster is going the extra mile to…


Hannah Cockroft: Going for Gold

 The secret to Paralmypic success? A pair of lucky pants and strawberry  laces – and a whole lot of hard work and talent. Wheelchair racer…


Heads together for mental health

This year, one in four people will experience a mental health problem in the UK. People from all walks of life can be affected and…


What not to say to someone with IBD

Today (19 May) is World IBD Day – 24 hours dedicated to raising awareness of inflammatory bowel disease, a set of conditions which cause inflammation…