A bi-annual event, Disabled Access Day (DAD) is back for 2019 with the vision of celebrating accessibility across the disabled community. From humble beginnings, DAD is breaking down barriers.
Worldwide people are coming together to celebrate balance during today’s (8 March) International Women’s Day festivities.
Today (5 March) Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Amber Rudd announced the overhaul of Personal Independence Payments (PIP) during a speech at Scope headquarters in London.
Actor Luke Perry died yesterday (4 March), after experiencing a stroke last week. In light of the sad news, what are the symptoms to look…
The Prodigy front man passed away early Monday (4 March) morning with his bandmate later confirming he died by suicide.
Make time for a brew with Dementia UK as part of their ten-year celebration of Time for a Cuppa – supporting specialist dementia nurses.
On 1 March there is an annual celebration of wheelchairs and accessibility during the worldwide event, International Wheelchair Day.
Dedicated to championing people struggling with disability, GB Paralympian Stef Reid has had her prosthetic created in Nepal at The Leprosy Mission’s Anandaban Hospital to “walk in the shoes” of amputees living in Nepal.
Are you ready? The countdown for Naidex is officially on with only one month to before the big event.
Last year’s Superhero Tri was an astounding success. So, it’s no surprise it is back for another year and you could be in with the chance of teaming up with superstars from sport and screen.
Today (Thursday 21 February) is the first ever Mental Health Nurses’ Day (MHND)
Ahead of Disabled Access Day 2019, excitement is building as businesses and the disabled community prepare for a day of accessible fun – all whilst raising awareness.
In June the iconic doll brand will debut a Barbie with a prosthetic leg and another in a wheelchair.
Players at Hull FC have come together with Cartwright Mobility and Stoneacre Ford to hand over a custom-designed wheelchair accessible vehicle to one of the Club’s biggest fans.
A visually impaired football fan who has appeared on This Morning and This Time Next Year, is to be an England mascot at their Euro 2020 qualifier game against Czech Republic.