Sarah Alexander on managing her medication
Ever missed a dose or double dosed? Disabled blogger Sarah Alexander shares her tips on managing medical mishaps and regaining control. Do you do these?
A guide to the driving theory test for disabled drivers
We've put together a guide to the driving test for disabled people that will hopefully give you the confidence to pass with flying colours!
Tens of thousands of rail staff to be trained to help disabled passengers
Huge numbers of railway staff are being trained to help disabled passengers this year. This article from PA Motoring Service has more details.
Video: Charging an Electric Vehicle
If you’re thinking about getting an electric vehicle (EV) then you’ll have to think about how and where you recharge it. Watch our video which outlines everything you need to know and consider before making the switch.
‘I want a world that is inclusive of everybody’
Journalist and podcaster Martyn Sibley wears many hats. In this interview, he discusses his disability, his work, and the lessons he has learned along the way.
‘It’s a basic human right’: the fight for adaptive fashion
Brands big and small are exploring disability-friendly clothing but it remains a niche market. This article details the need for adaptive clothing.
Sarah Alexander on her changing condition
In this article, Motability Scheme customer and disability blogger Sarah Alexander writes about how her condition is changing, and how that is affecting her driving.
An update on disability assistance payments in Scotland
Social Security Scotland has been preparing to take over the delivery of disability benefits from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) for people in Scotland. Read more about this here.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month: ‘The lessons I’ve learned’
To mark National Cerebral Palsy Awareness month, Chloe Tear tells us the most important lessons she has learned while living with Cerebral Palsy.