Germany is so much more than just its big cities. Prepare to be amazed by the country’s breathtaking natural beauty, which ranges from the tranquil…
Steve Ingham, former CEO of PageGroup, has become the new chair of Business Disability Forum (BDF). He will take over from BDF’s current chair, Steve Miller, after stepping…
The film follows the filmmaker, Ella Glendining’s, journey to find another person with a disability and body that looks like hers.
In her first of a new, regular column, Samantha Renke explores the power of new beginnings
Building a pension can help you have a more stable future, and you can get money towards your pension even if you’re out of work for long periods of time.
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.
Research carried out by the BBC of over 3,300 deaf and disabled people shows the lasting impact of the pandemic on the disabled community.
For an estimated four million people shielding across England and Wales, today marks the last day the most clinically vulnerable people are being advised to shield.
In a bid to help determine the Prime Minister’s upcoming National Strategy for Disabled People, disabled people are being asked to share their experiences.
There are a range of products and services available to ensure you can move from A to B with ease. From Shell to Changing Places, let’s get accessible.
The BBC is set to raise awareness of disability throughout November with a series of dramas, documentaries, news packages and discussions.
In 2010 the Equality Act was enacted into law by Parliament to legally protect people against discrimination. The RNIB discuss the Act ten years on.
Two sisters have launched a petition calling for public facing staff members to get disability awareness training after discrimination at Alton Towers.
The University of the Creative Arts has launched their postgraduate students’ projects online, with one student working with the disabled community.
Mencap and CBF warn that the pressures of COVID is causing more delays to people with a learning disability and/or autism getting out of modern-day asylums.