Our new columnist, TV presenter, campaigner and mental health advocate, Gail Porter writes about her life in lockdown and taking the time to be grateful.
Living with dementia at any time presents everyday challenges for that person and those around them, but coronavirus is making daily life harder for people with dementia.
With lockdown restrictions easing it’s time to adapt. Three people share the challenges they face following the guidelines when living with a disability.
A petition has been launched by disability blogger Emma Purcell to make audio description compulsory on all films, TV, shows and streaming services.
Constant change to routines and government rules have created a challenging environment for autistic people, what adaptations have to be made?
Working with the RNIB, Aldi has announced it will trial audio prompts to help blind and partially-sighted customers safely enter its stores.
Regardless of age, lockdown left people faced with fears, worries and concerns. Two people share their experiences of life in lockdown.
Emma Barton, has been announced as the Patron of the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People’s (QEF) Survive and Thrive emergency appeal.
A new survey of family carers by Mencap has revealed that seven in ten people with a learning disability had their social care cut when in the most need.
Quadruple amputee and sepsis survivor Caroline Coster speaks to Enable about the power of community after acquiring a disability.
The Truth Project is working to provide a safe and inclusive space for victims or survivors of child sexual abuse to engage with an independent inquiry.
Scotland’s Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing Joe FitzPatrick shares what young carers can expect from the government for support.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic we have been urged to look after our physical health, but your mental health is just as important.
Health secretary Matt Hancock has called for all GP consultations to take place remotely by default, leading to concerns for the disabled community.
The Stroke Association has launched their Here for You telephone support services, with support from Kaye Adams, to help tackle loneliness.