The JCVI has released new advice on the vaccination of people with severe and profound learning disabilities in priority group six.
Worrying figures released today from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveals that people with a disability are three times more likely to die from coronavirus.
Naidex, Europe’s most established event for the independent living community, has been postponed until 15 and 16 September 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A new report from Mencap reveals unacceptable healthcare inequalities and discrimination during the pandemic towards people with a learning disability.
The Stress Management Society discuss the effect of stress and asking for help during Stress Awareness Week 2020 and the ongoing pandemic.
Three dogs, unsuitable to be guide dogs for the blind, have been donated by charity Guide Dogs to see if dogs can be used to detect coronavirus in people.
People living with motor neurone disease (MND) are becoming trapped in inaccessible homes due to a failure to deliver essential home adaptations.
A new Adult Social Care Winter Plan has been announced to support care homes from contracting coronavirus during the winter months.
Regardless of age, lockdown left people faced with fears, worries and concerns. Two people share their experiences of life in lockdown.
Quadruple amputee and sepsis survivor Caroline Coster speaks to Enable about the power of community after acquiring a disability.
The organisers behind the Tokyo Paralympic Games have announced that the rescheduled Games may require specific COVID-19 measures to keep athletes safe.
A survey conducted by Carers Trust has found that young carers and young adult carers have been significantly impacted by the ongoing pandemic, with mental health cited as the leading concern.
There’s no denying that we live in unprecedented times, and knowing what you can and can’t do has been disorientating. As lockdown measures change across the UK, what does this mean for you?
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.
Staff from a housing service in New Milton dedicated to supporting people with learning disabilities has launched a unique project to explain social distancing.