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Disabled racer Mark in flying form

A former Marine, who lost his leg in a road accident before taking up a career as motorcycle racer, has made a flying start to the new…


Race2Recovery

It’s a colossal task by anyone’s standards, so when a team including six injured servicemen set off to tackle the epic Dakar Rally earlier this…



Making sense of the senses

We find out more about therapies available to people with sensory disorders… We all know about the five senses – touch, taste, sight, sound and…


Sophie’s Choice

In May 2012, when aged just 15, Bath’s Sophie Kamlish sprung onto the international Paralympic scene as she won a bronze medal in her first…




Walk on by

We all hate being pestered by the salespeople and charity workers that accost us on the high street, but how would you feel if they…



Making a change in the community

Elizabeth Archer, National Strategic Lead for Children and Young People at learning disability charity Mencap, tells us more about the organisation’s Changemakers project and how…






Cerebra Self-Injurious Behaviour Guide

Cerebra, a national charity for children with neurological conditions based in south Wales, has recently published a guide focusing on self-injurious behaviour in children with…