Sarah Alexander on appreciating the small things
2020 has been a year like no other. In this article, disability blogger Sarah Alexander looks back at the small successes of last year and writes on how she’s planning on having a more positive outlook in 2021.
U.K.’s Most Influential Disabled People Unveiled In Shaw Trust’s Power 100 2020 List
Shaw Trust's Power 100 is an annual celebration the individuals who have risen to the very top of their chosen professions. Read on to find out who made this year's list!
Sarah Alexander’s Christmas gift guide
Disabled blogger Sarah Alexander loves the comfort of shopping online. With Christmas fast-approaching, Sarah has put together a gift guide with disabled recipients in mind. Read her suggestions in this article.
How to make your own Advent calendar this Christmas
Have you ever thought of making your own Advent calendar? In this article, we show you how to make your own personalised countdown to Christmas.
25 Years of the Disability Discrimination Act: Past, Present & Future
To mark 25 years of the Disability Discrimination Act, we look at how it started, what it means now, and how the law may need to evolve in the years ahead.
‘At 47, I discovered I am autistic – suddenly so many things made sense’
For Rachel Rowe, other people’s lives always seemed more effortless and it took her daughter’s autism diagnosis to realise why. Read this for her story.
Gem Turner: ‘Choosing my adaptations’
In our article with disability blogger Gem Turner, she discusses the adaptations she has for her Motability Scheme WAV and how they help her drive.
Disability Awareness Day goes virtual!
Covid-19 couldn't stop this year’s Disability Awareness Day from going ahead. The virtual event meant anyone could attend from anywhere in the world! Read more.
Celebrities help promote new guidance for parents to support child mental health
A new campaign from the NHS has put together tips to help parents notice the signs of mental illness among children. Read on for more details.