Why wheelchair rugby is the most brutal, entertaining and uplifting sport you’ll ever play
In the lead up to next year’s Paralympics, The Telegraph joined the Solent Sharks to experience the competitive world of wheelchair rugby first-hand.
Photography with a disability: How to get started
We spoke to the Chairman of the Disabled Photographers’ Society to find out how to get started with photography as a hobby when you have a disability.
Indoor hobby inspiration for rainy days
Find out our tips for finding accessible indoor hobbies for this winter, from knitting to cake decorating to Ian Cook's favourite... the ukelele!
Accessible intergenerational days out around the UK
Planning a day trip with the entire family? From mighty Medieval castles to museums exploring outer space, there are plenty of spots around the UK that will keep every generation happy. In this article Rough Guides pick seven of the country’s top attractions suitable for all ages.
The importance of self-care and how I practice it
Disability blogger, and Motability Scheme customer, Sarah considers the importance of self care and explains how she practices it.
How, where and why to play disability tennis
In celebration of another fine summer of tennis at Wimbledon, Rough Guide's author Emma Field has provided a guide to disability tennis, so that you can have a go too.
A list of some of the best accessible sports to try out this summer
We've rounded up some of the most interesting accessible sports for all abilities, whether you're on holiday abroad or taking a day trip to the seaside.
Celebrate National BBQ week with James Coke’s chicken skewer recipe
It's National BBQ Week from 28 May–3 June 2018 so James Coke, Scheme customer and food blogger, shares his recipe for barbecued chicken skewers.
Folk in Motion: An adapted form of English folk dance for wheelchair users
Dr Ju Gosling aka ju90 tells us about her Community Interest Company that is working to involve wheelchair users in adapted forms of traditional dance.