Preparing for the festive period

The lead up to Christmas can be a time for excitement, but often, it takes a lot of planning and consideration to make it truly enjoyable.

What’s on: Virtual merry Christmas

The festive season will look different this year, but that shouldn’t dampen your spirits. This year’s virtual events mean Christmas will be more accessible.

Having a sensory-friendly Christmas

The festive season can come with the risk of sensory overload for family members who are autistic or have conditions like ADHD. Planning and preparation can ensure that everyone has a merry Christmas.

Savvy shopping this Christmas

It’s just around the corner, but there is still time to get some last minute gifts in where you might end up going over budget. The festive season can see you dipping into savings or changing your monthly budget, we take a look at how to spend clever over Christmas.

Combating loneliness at Christmas

It is estimated that nearly half of working age disabled people in the UK are chronically lonely, saying they always or often feel lonely. The pressure to socialise during…

Hats the way to do it

Thousands of disabled youngsters in Afghanistan have received a heart-warming Christmas gift from a UK charity. Welwyn Garden City-based charity Hertfordshire Action on Disability (HAD)…

Giving Back

There’s something you could be doing this festive season that’ll mean much more than the latest computer game. We share some charitable ideas that could…

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