government

Interview: Access to elected office with Pam Duncan-Glancy

Currently, just five members of UK parliament have declared a disability, totalling 0.8 per cent of the commons, leaving 22 per cent of the UK population without a strong political voice. Emma Storr investigates what more needs to be done.



Pensions: Preparing for the future

When you have to stop working after acquiring a disability or receiving a diagnosis, this can have a knock-on effect on your finances later in life. Perhaps not the first thing on your mind, but how will leaving work affect your pension?












Dementia Diagnosis To Be Overhauled

One Year On from the Prime Minister’s Challenge NHS England is to tackle “shockingly low” dementia diagnosis rates with plans that could see 160,000 people…