Recognised as part of the BAFTA Breakthrough group, writer and comedian Tim Renkow speaks about the importance of recognition and challenging percptions.
A profoundly deaf maths teacher has won a national teaching award, being recognised for her outstanding performance with a class of hearing children.
UK and USA participants have been revealed as part of the BAFTA’s 2020 BAFTA Breakthrough, supported by Netflix, celebrating diversity.
If you have recently been made redundant you might not know what to do next or get support. We look at your rights and what financial help is available.
Mencap are supporting more people with learning disability into paid employment, here their employment co-trainer explains how.
Today is World Kindness Day, and in these unprecedented times, being kinder has never been more important. Plus, it’s easier than you think to be kind.
Discover how Cambridge Home School, from Cambridge Online Education, can help disabled pupils flourish in home education.
This week (9 to 15 November) marks Learning Disability at Work Week, calling on employers to think differently about who they hire.
Looking after your health should be a top priority. Having a healthy, balanced diet can help sustain your overall wellbeing during the winter period.
Actor and writer Mat Fraser spoke to Lorne Gillies about working on CripTales and the importance of celebrating disabled voices in the mainstream.
New true crime thriller from Nell Pattison, Silent Night, features disabled and D/deaf characters, which also shines a spotlight on the D/deaf community.
Two charities have teamed up to launch a counselling service for children and young people affected by motor neurone disease (MND).
Ten disability charities have called on the UK Government to improve the accessibility of coronavirus information as many people are being left behind.
At times, feelings of anxiety can become overwhelming and even debilitating. Experts share how you can understand anxiety and support mechanisms available.
After being unable to hold this year’s Kidz to Adultz event, organisers are preparing to go virtual next week and there’s still time to register.