Interviews

How to make clubbing more inclusive

Going out with friends, enjoying live music or dancing in a nightclub are some of life’s pleasures. Clubs are now opening their doors to those…




The golden years of care

Behind closed doors millions of people are caring for a relative or loved one. Of those millions, high percentages are older carers with their own…


Changing attitudes

We all have our own unique traits and talents. However, disabled people often have their skills ignored – until now. We find out how social…




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…


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…


She’s got the look… VisABLE People

Despite the current media ‘ideal’ on what we should aspire to be like, one woman has worked tirelessly to change these perceptions. Louise Dyson MBE…


The problem with hospital food

The NHS is a wonderful thing – but the food they’re serving up in their hospitals? Not so much. Lindsay Cochrane looks into the state…


Dementia Friendly Theatre

Experiences and memories make us who we are; when they are taken from us, it can challenge our sense of identity. Dementia is one of the…




Understanding Marfan Syndrome

By Shannon McGarrity Marfan syndrome is a genetic connective tissue disorder which can affect almost any area of the body. Symptoms include hypermobile joints, lens…