The Stress Management Society discuss the effect of stress and asking for help during Stress Awareness Week 2020 and the ongoing pandemic.
In October, cycling enthusiast Sam Smuts is taking on an epic cycling challenge to raise vital funds for WheelPower, who support wheelchair sports.
A woman is walking from Gloucester to Downing Street to call on the UK Government to provide BSL interpretations during coronavirus briefings.
A lack in provision of care for people with a learning disability has brought attention to the need for healthcare reform. Emma Storr investigates.
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.
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.
Following on from our earlier post on mandatory face coverings, the UK Government has now detailed that people with disabilities are exempt from the rules.
With uncertainty around what will happen next, it is understandable to have concerns around your finances and any benefits you receive while there are restrictions in place to limit the spread of coronavirus.
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.
While you are staying safe by staying at home to prevent further spread of coronavirus, you might be worried about your pet or working animal’s care or everyday needs. There is guidance available to put your mind at ease.
800,000 people across the UK rely on home visits from carers to provide essential daily care. Many more are cared for by their family, who do so unpaid.
Carers provide essential support to people around the country, but the current COVID-19 outbreak means that many carers are unable to visit their clients and deliver the vital services they need.
Self-isolating or social distancing are terms that we’ve all come accustomed to hearing. Our columnist Tim Rushby-Smith shares his experiences.
With concern around the coronavirus growing in the UK, Business Disability Forum have developed new guidance on what you need to know and what your rights are at work.