The course of the coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly caused stress and anxiety for millions of people, but as restrictions ease, a new wave of social anxiety is preventing some from returning to normal life.
One collective of neurodiverse artists and makers, Project Art Works celebrates different forms of art through collaborative practice with, for and by neurominorities. Shortlisted for the Turner Prize, members of the collective discuss their love for creativity.
As Team GB prepare to represent at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Paralympian Will Bayley talks about the importance of the Games.
The new Health and Disability Green paper focuses on overhauling the benefits system and getting one million more disabled people into paid employment. Minster for Disabled People Justin Tomlinson speaks about the new paper to editor, Lorne Gillies.
Uniting the world to tackle climate change, making information and action inclusive for the disabled community is imperative throughout the process. We speak to the campaigners working to fight for climate justice for everyone.
It’s set to be another weekend of exhilarating football as five games stand between one team and the 2021 FA Disability Cup. Set to be broadcast live for the very first time on BT Sport, Lorne Gillies spoke exclusively to BT Sport’s chief operating officer Jamie Hindhaugh about the broadcaster’s goals for accessibility.
Never been done before, now in its fifth year the FA Disability Cup is set to be covered live and fully accessible for the first time on BT Sport. Set to host coverage of the Cup, five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft speaks to Enable.
Technology has never been more essential for education, professional and personal development. Working to eradicate barriers to technology children and young people with visual impairments face, Guide Dogs is set to release a pioneering pilot.
Ninety per cent of women who learn their unborn baby has Down’s syndrome choose to terminate the pregnancy. Termination for a pregnancy that detects Down’s syndrome is, by law, legal until the point of birth. In a landmark case, campaigners are calling on the law to change.
Going behind the lens of disability representation, Hollyoaks actor Rhiannon Clements speaks to Lorne Gillies about taking part in the new spin off documentary, Hollyoaks: IRL helping to show society what disabled people can do, not what they can’t
As world-renowned tennis player Gordon Reid prepares to compete at Wimbledon, we caught up to talk training in a pandemic and the importance of role models in sport.
Paula McGowan OBE, mother of teenager Oliver McGowan, has been awarded an OBE for her services raising awareness and campaigning for people with a learning disability and/or autism.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, people with a learning disability have been left behind in the provision of support. In the new normal, what needs to change to better assist the learning disabled community? People with a learning disability have their say.
This Pride Month, it’s time to change conversations around sex, disability and the LGBTQ+ community.
Exploring in nature to befriending the elderly in his local community, volunteering opportunities has seen Owen Thomas helping others and raising awareness of disability.