Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, a campaign that takes place every year to raise awareness of suicide prevention and the support resources available.
As over half of parents say their children’s mental wellbeing has been one of their biggest concerns during the coronavirus pandemic, Public Health England (PHE) launch a campaign to support the mental health of young people and their parents.
A quarter of a million clear face masks are to be delivered to frontline care workers for people who use lip reading and facial expressions to communicate.
A consultation will begin on banning pavement parking throughout England to make pavements safer for disabled people, the elderly and parents using prams.
At just seven-years-old Caeden Thomson, who has cerebral palsy, has climbed the highest mountain in the UK to raise more than £16,000 for different causes.
On Thursday 10 September an online Facebook edition of a Motability Scheme One Big Day will take place, offering information, advice and inspiration.
A new survey by disability charity Sense has highlighted the experiences of families in the UK caring for disabled adults during the coronavirus pandemic, with over half (52%) saying the additional caring responsibilities they have had to take on has impacted their health and wellbeing.
Domestic abuse victims are at the forefront of conversations on those who need support in the pandemic, for disabled people it’s harder to access support.
UK broadcaster Channel 4 continues their longstanding commitment to Paralympic sport, securing rights to air the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games.
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 lack in provision of care for people with a learning disability has brought attention to the need for healthcare reform. Emma Storr investigates.
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.
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.