Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children call on Glasgow community to raise vital funds for equipment to support four-year-old child and her family.
With lockdown restrictions easing it’s time to adapt. Three people share the challenges they face following the guidelines when living with a disability.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced plans today (8 July) to prevent mass unemployment due to the ongoing pandemic, but charities say more needs to be done to support young people with disabilities.
Guide Dogs have asked the general public to ‘keep their distance, but don’t disappear’ – to help those trying to social distance with sight loss.
A charity, which has been at the heart of the Surrey community for more than 85 years this June, is still facing an uncertain future due to the impact of COVID-19 on its fundraising and donations.
Today (15 May) is Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day. Every year, spinal cord injury charities come together to hold the event, to celebrate the day and raise money.
Tyrese Dibba is teaching thousands of people across the UK British Sign Language (BSL), with videos released during Deaf Awareness Week.
Newlife, the charity for disabled children, has called on the UK Government to receive further funding. The charity reveals how.
There’s no denying that we’re loving in strange times and it’s perfectly normal if you’re fining it hard to cope at the moment. Everything has changed you may need some time to adjust to the new normal.
Today (11 April) is World Parkinson’s Day, where we raise awareness of the condition to help the wider community understand what living with Parkinson’s is really like.
Coming together as a society is essential, and together we can help charities supporting the most vulnerable people in society during this challenging time.
Yesterday evening (31 March) the Department of Health and Social Care released new social care guidance under the Coronavirus Act 2020, which could see care temporarily suspended for many disabled people.
Tomorrow (26 March) is Purple Day, which raises awareness about epilepsy. A condition which is often misunderstood, Purple Day aims to set straight any misconceptions and bring together people who are living with the condition.
During stressful times as these, it’s more important than ever to look after your mental health and make it as much of a priority as your physical health.
A new study has revealed that adults can have a 50 per cent chance of becoming a carer, with half of women expected to be carers by the age of 46.