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NAIDEX APRIL 2018 DISABILITY EXHIBITION

Naidex is Europe's most exciting event dedicated to disability, independent living and healthcare professional sectors. In the wake of the huge success of the...

DEBBIE ABRAHAMS GIVES US HER THOUGHTS

Debbie Abrahams is Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Here are her thoughts with regard to Disability in the UK. "It has...

DISABILITY IN THE UK

We asked Baroness Thomas of Winchester about the values of the British Public. Because we read regularly about hate crime, austerity, selfishness and a general...

HM TREASURY & DISABILITY

You ask what we can do as individuals, communities, society and government to improve the lives of those who are most disadvantaged. This Government...

Ros Altmann

I do think that there is much more awareness and support for disabled people in this country nowadays than there was in the past....

London Mayor, Sadiq Khan talks to us

We asked Sadiq Khan how he would make London a better place for disabled people: At the heart of my campaign is my desire to...

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NHS WINTER WORRIES

Doctors have warned that the NHS may well struggle to cope during the coming winter. They have said that even in the summer there...

BAKING BLIND GOING GLOBAL

Our 'blogger' and international prize winner, Penny Melville-Brown from Hampshire, will be travelling over coming months in the USA, Costa Rica, China, Australia, Malawi...

SHARED SPACES DISPUTE

Maria Miller, the Chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee has added her views to the growing controversy with regard to access for...

THE WILLIAM MERRITT CENTRE ANNOUNCE NEW ACCESSABILLITY EXHIBITION

The William Merritt Centre are pleased to announce the new name for their annual exhibition is the AccessAbility Exhibition. It will take place on...

‘AND ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST’

In an earlier article we launched our campaign to replace a Political Party's Manifesto with a Legally Binding Contract .. see Election Manifesto .. or...

ELECTION MANIFESTO .. OR LEGALLY BINDING CONTRACT? A PETITION TO CHANGE...

The June 8th 2017 General Election produced an election upset and a 'hung parliament'. And it was generally felt that the Tories 'lost' a huge...

WHEELCHAIR RULES OK?

The UK Government has detailed a set of disability rules for when travelling by public transport. For wheelchair users the details are as follows:- WHEELCHAIRS...

Sex and Disability

It is estimated that over 10% of British men have paid for sex at least once. And that would mean over 200,000 disabled men...

Eileen talks disability discrimination with Professor Stephen Hawking

It was indescribably wonderful to have the opportunity to sit beside Professor Stephen Hawking and tell him about what we are fighting for in...

BAKING BLIND GOING GLOBAL

Our 'blogger' and international prize winner, Penny Melville-Brown from Hampshire, will be travelling over coming months in the USA, Costa Rica, China, Australia, Malawi and Europe. Having been selected from over 200 candidates from...

ACTIVE FOR LIFE ON NATIONAL FITNESS DAY

This 'blog' has been contributed by Barry Horne who is the Chief Executive of English Federation of Disability Sport. "The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is a passionate advocate for activity and the many benefits it brings...

WHY SCHOOL LET ME DOWN

My name is Rebecca Dann and last year I won Disability Talk's A World Of Unfairness" photographic competition. And my prize was presented to me by Professor Stephen Hawking. When I was 12 I believe, I took...

WE ALL HAVE RESPONSIBILITY TO OUR FELLOW HUMAN BEINGS

Diane French is the Director of Operations and Business Development for Fitzroy Support - a National learning disability provider. "I was delighted to be invited to contribute to Disability Talk. I've worked in Health and...

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