MPs and charities are calling for more measures to break down barriers to employment for disabled people after a new report found the current national system isn’t working.
Employment & Education
Computer software company Nuance are bringing together a panel of experts this June to discover the power of assistive technology.
The Government is being urged to increase support for disabled people as research finds that the pandemic has widened already large gaps in employment rates and pay between disabled people and non-disabled people.
A children’s story podcast that highlights the traits young people may see in those with ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia has launched in the UK.
As exam results are replaced by grades based on teacher assessments, leading charities for people who are D/deaf/HoH, blind or visually impaired are calling for assurances that 300,000 pupils aren’t treated unfairly.
This World Autism Awareness Week (29 March – 4 April 2021), we speak to one parent about the importance of routine for her autistic children.
Distance learning has become the new normal, but beyond the positives disabled students have also experienced new hurdles. One student shares his experience.
Business Disability Forum has launched series of free resources, offering advice and legal guidance on supporting disabled colleagues returning to the workplace.
Revel in the confidence of working alongside an employer that prioritises inclusion in the workplace with Accenture.
The European Space Agency (Esa) is looking to recruit a member of the team that identifies disabled, as part of their call for new astronauts.
ITV are looking for applicants from diverse backgrounds for the new Production Training Scheme with 11 opportunities up for grabs.
If you employ your own care and support using a direct payment from health or social care, or your own money, you can apply for money for training.
Channel 4’s Production Training Scheme 2021 has opened for applications to learn and develop skills pertinent to the TV industry.
Teenager Tyrese Dibba is set to return for a one-off Christmas special lesson to get people learning British Sign Language (BSL).
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his Spending Review, determining how much is to be spent on public services and the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.