Aphasia isn’t a well known condition and therefore many living with the condition can feel alone. It is usually caused by damage to the left side of the brain, which is responsible for understanding and communicating language. Colin, CEO of Say Aphasia shares his story with us.
The pandemic has meant constant changes to routine, a situation that can be distressing for autistic children and adults. Mother to three autistic children, Christine McGuinness, opens up to Enable about parenting through a pandemic and the family’s upcoming BBC One documentary.
As Team GB prepare to represent at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Paralympian Will Bayley talks about the importance of the Games.
One of the most misunderstood mental health conditions, schizophrenia is continually vilified. As the conversations around mental health advance, schizophrenia should come to the forefront.
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.
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.
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.
Exploring in nature to befriending the elderly in his local community, volunteering opportunities has seen Owen Thomas helping others and raising awareness of disability.
Volunteering since he was a teenager, Thines Ganeshamoorthy credits his experience of giving back to the local community and charities for helping to find his voice and transition into his dream career.
Al Wahda Milad Primary School, just outside the city of Taiz in Yemen, is a school unlike any other. We spotlight the blind pupil providing his peers with education.
We speak to three women under 30 to discover what more people need to know about life with multiple sclerosis.
The BBC’s Director of Creative Diversity, June Sarpong is trailblazing diversity in the media, she spoke to Lorne Gillies about the attitudes she is hardwiring.