The BBC is set to raise awareness of disability throughout November with a series of dramas, documentaries, news packages and discussions.
Five years after popular children’s show Sesame Street put its focus on autism, research suggests the show’s materials are helping to change attitudes.
People are sharing the questions they are asked most often related to their disability on Twitter, highlighting the stigma that still exists around being disabled.
Actor James Moore, who has cerebral palsy, won a National Television Award on Tuesday (22 January) for his role in soap Emmerdale
It’s been just over a year since the government’s Disability Confident scheme launched, encouraging employers to up their game and modify their policies to make…
The ‘purple pound’ is worth £212 billion. Three quarters of disabled people and their families have left a shop or business because of poor customer…