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‘Frustration’ at two-month wait for EHRC’s new disability commissioner – DisabledGo Blog

Blind person’s brain ‘rewires’ itself to heighten senses – Daily Mail Online

Stunning wheelchair-bound models at Moscow Fashion Week – Daily Mail Online

Robotic hand covered in ‘electric skin’ created – Daily Mail Online

Disability and travel: accessing the Glacier Skywalk in Canada – Disability Horizons

First Dates Hotel: finding love when you have autism – Disability Horizons

Guide dog has given ex-footballer his life back – Guide Dogs

Access to life – DisabledGo Blog

DPOs join forces to brief UN on how UK has breached disability convention – DisabledGo Blog

Prescriptions to rise by 20p in England – BBC News

‘Huge advance’ in fighting world’s biggest killer – BBC News

Activists bring ‘no more benefit deaths’ message to Westminster – DisabledGo Blog

Local people get involved in updating The Dundee Accessibility Checker – DisabledGo Blog

Meet “Wheelchair Man,” the First Afghan-American Superhero – New Mobility Magazine

New autism test can detect disorder years earlier – Daily Mail Online


The brain of a blind person ‘rewires’ itself to give them a […]

Stunning wheelchair-bound models strike a pose on the catwalk as Moscow Fashion […]

Robotic graphene hand covered in ‘electronic skin’ harvests energy from the sun […]

As a quadriplegic in western Canada, I was surprised and thrilled to […]

Tommy Rousell, who has autism, recently appeared on Channel 4’s First Dates […]

Dave Thomas, spent the best part of two decades bringing joy to […]

For as long as I can remember, the word ‘accessible’ has been […]

Disabled people’s organisations (DPOs) have come together to tell a UN committee […]

The cost of an NHS prescription in England will increase by 20p […]

An innovative new drug can prevent heart attacks and strokes by cutting […]

Disabled activists have explained why they took to the streets around parliament […]

National disability organisation, DisabledGo, have been working in the Dundee since 2011 […]

Meet Wheelchair Man, the brainchild of Afghanistan-born Boston resident Mohammad Sayed who […]

First-of-its-kind blood test ‘can detect autism years earlier – with 98% accuracy’ […]

A disabled peer has accused the minister for disabled people of “spinning […]

For Disability Horizons contributor Lynley Adams, becoming disabled later in life has […]

Disability Horizons reader John Vickers recently reviewed new assistive technology the GlassOuse […]

Marks & Spencer is to host mental health drop-ins in its store […]

One of the outsourcing giants paid to assess disabled people for their […]

Naidex is nearly here! Taking place on the 28th – 30th March, […]

“I flat-lined seven times, it was very uncertain for a long time […]

Most 18-year-olds hit the town with their friends for their 18th Birthday! […]

Travelling in a wheelchair is rarely easy, but it’s certainly achievable. To […]

The Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered the Spring Budget today. In this […]

Directed and choreographed by Lucy Bennett, The Enormous Room carries Stopgap’s hallmark […]

New regular Disability Horizons writer and self-confessed tech geek Tom Housden, who […]

In certain industries such as the retail or catering industry, training is […]

We’ve teamed up with outdoor expert ViewRanger, which provides downloadable route maps, […]

Early warning signs may have been missed in up to one in […]

The claim: The government is planning to cut £3.7bn in funding for […]

More than half of parents with children in mental health hospitals do […]

Arts journalist, Bella Todd reflects on Crossing the Line festival, which took […]

The head of Theresa May’s policy unit has been criticised for suggesting […]

From Personal Independence Payment to Disability Living Allowance, there are a whole […]

Did you know that February is Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month? Marfan Syndrome […]

Tory rebellion over disability benefits cuts after PM’s policy chief says anxiety […]

Conservative ministers have introduced emergency legislation which denies 160,000 people from receiving […]

A British world champion cyclist paralysed from the waist down when a […]

Home Instead Senior Care Greenwich & Bexley recently entered into a partnership […]

Cancer campaigners have welcomed an NHS announcement that money may soon be […]

Reporting from across the UK and around the world the stories will […]

Tate Exchange: Ways of Seeing Art Join us in the new Tate […]

Federico García Lorca’s classic text is (re)interpreted by Jo Clifford and Directed […]

Loyal assistance dog refuses to leave autistic boy’s side in hospital Nine-year-old […]

New survey reveals PIP’s poor satisfaction levels Levels of satisfaction among claimants […]

Tommy Hilfiger launches clothing line for disabled children American designer Tommy Hilfiger […]

The Department of Ability: Calling for Disabled Characters in Children’s Comic Books […]

National events listings: Birds of Paradise Theatre Company Present: Purposeless Movements, Glasgow, […]

Multiple Sclerosis is an often disabling condition that affects more than 2.3 […]

Inspiration and innovative technology for disabled people No one can deny that […]

‘I am not lazy!’ Tackling misconceptions around Myasthenia Carlos Blanch is the […]

Student mental health: a new model for universities Going to university is […]

Life under Maximus for CQC’s service-user experts: Chaos, cuts and ‘playschool ID […]

Find accessible places to visit on Mother’s Day Mother’s Day is coming […]

Local Employment in Isle of Man [Surveyor Updates] Our Head of Surveying […]


Anger over Twitter’s ‘can’t be bothered’ attitude to disablist abuse Campaigners have […]

Duncan Smith and Grayling silent over links to WCA suicide reports Ministers […]

Bedroom tax campaigner’s ‘contempt’ for ministers who forced his family to fight […]

Top 10 places to visit in Bristol DisabledGo covers a huge range […]

Academy for Sports and Arts “Inspiring Young Persons with Disability in Sports […]