This week the Department for Transport announced ‘it’s everyone’s journey’, a new campaign raising awareness of issues faced by disabled people on public transport.
One of the UK’s most-watched soaps is set to introduce the first mainstream deaf character in the show’s history.
Today (13 February), Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to reshuffle his cabinet in his first major reshuffle since becoming PM. Ahead of the announcements, we look back at our interview with Justin Tomlinson, Minister of State for Disabled People.
Equalities watchdog the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) takes the first legal step over the care of more than 2,000 people.
A pioneering new prosthetic implant is making changes and improvements for veterans transitioning back to civvy street with an amputation.
The experienced and skilled team at DM Orthotics are proud to provide support and mobility aids to thousands across the UK, changing lives and helping people with their independence. Here are just a few of those lives changed.
From the first ever British Sign Language interpreter in the history of Prime Minister’s Questions to raising awareness during Tinnitus Week, a lot has happened in the world of disability this week.
Today (6 February) is Time to Talk Day, an opportunity to start an open discussion about mental health and listen to others. We look at how you can get talking and how to be a good listener this Time to Talk day.
The Home Nations are set to unite thanks to BT, who have announced plans to launch one of the largest footballing programmes across the UK – making football accessible to all.
Child sexual abuse survivors have come forward to share their experiences with the Truth Project, and figures reveal that almost half of survivors are disabled or have a life altering illness.
t is estimated there are around 700,000 young carers in the UK. Despite the high number of children and young people looking after their loved one, it can be difficult to find support as a young carer.
Are you bursting with creative content? Have you got an eye for the latest news story? Disability charity Leonard Cheshire and On Our Radar have teamed up to build a network of disabled citizen reporters.
A lack of social care is being blamed for the increase in the number of people with dementia admitted to hospital as a medical emergency, as figures are released by the NHS.
Black Sabbath frontman and TV personality, Ozzy Osbourne has announced he is living with Parkinson’s disease during a televised interview.
Heating your home can come with increasing energy bills, ahead of Big Energy Saving Week get to grips with your energy to stay financially stable and in control.