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ME and me: making films about disability to raise awareness – Disability Horizons

London 2017 Announces BP As Latest Partner Of The World Para Athletics Championships – DisabledGo Blog

Apple’s Tim Cook tests sensor that tracks blood sugar – Daily Mail Online

Removing Barriers – The Board Game That Helps Organisations Recognise And Meet The Needs Of Disabled People – DisabledGo Blog

The Individualism of Sex and People with Friedreich’s Ataxia – Peter’s Political Blog

Disability and travel: have you ever considered Cologne? – Disability Horizons

Be inspired by disabled photographer Alessandro Capoccetti – Disability Horizons

Dementia and cancer deaths set to soar in England and Wales – The Guardian

Dubai To Cambodia – A Short Film By Mitch St. Pierre

This FDA Approved Drug Could Permanently Repair Brain Damage in Stroke Victims – Futurism

General Election 2017: Disabled actor says national party role has given her a voice – DisabledGo Blog

Scrapping EHRC disability commissioner role ‘risks sidelining disability’ – DisabledGo Blog

Texas Down syndrome boy takes photo of ‘guardian angel’ – Daily Mail Online

Italian tourist crushed by concrete Gold Coast never walk – Daily Mail Online

The Disabled Parking Accreditation becomes a Certification Mark – DisabledGo Blog


Disabled writer and actor Thom Jackson-Wood, who has ME, talks to Disability […]

Apple boss Tim Cook has been testing a device that attaches to […]

I am a 55-year-old male, who was diagnosed at 14 with Friedreich’s […]

Deaths from dementia and cancer will soar between now and 2040, putting […]

This is a short film made by Disability Today’s friend and fellow […]

IN BRIEF ● Using a drug already approved for clinical trials, researchers […]

A critically-praised disabled writer and performer says her election as a national […]

The “rash” decision to scrap the role of disability commissioner at the […]

A photographer was left stunned when her nonverbal son with Down syndrome […]

What is a certification Mark? A certification mark is a specific type […]

Have you been using an upper limb prosthesis? – Research participation request […]

   A GlassOuse is an assistive device which can be used to […]

The most powerful technology in the world is technology that everyone, including […]

A disabled grandmother took a fatal overdose just two days after learning […]

Having a brother or sister can be amazing and frustrating in equal […]

With yet another general election just around the corner, editor of Disability […]

Disabled people have described how the “terrifying” and “abusive” benefit assessments delivered […]

Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity has been awarded £7936 by Sussex Community […]

The government appears to have secretly scrapped the post of disability commissioner […]

Two-thirds of British adults say they have experienced mental ill-health at some […]

National charity, LimbPower is pleased to announce they will host two events […]

In our series on disability, sex and relationships, expert and resident agony […]

Disability Horizons Deputy Editor, Karen Mogendorff, explores the negative impact of the […]

A double amputee is hoping posing for a set of racy photographs […]

A father-of-four who has been blind for almost 30 years is finally […]

The incredible moment a former abseiling instructor who lost the use of […]

LimbPower announces a new series of have-a-go sport events for people with […]

Activists hope a new non-partisan online campaign – based on a successful […]

Researchers have developed the first synthetic, soft tissue retina in a lab. […]

One-armed CBeebies presenter Cerrie Burnel has drawn similarities between racism and the […]

Putting a special skin patch on a stroke patient’s arm on the […]

This is my latest video about a new BSL Translation App – […]

A short documentary that explores the difficulties disabled people face in terms […]

A revolutionary bionic hand that ‘sees’ objects and instantly decides what kind […]

Photography student Dexter McLean, who has Cerebral Palsy, is passionate about telling […]

Dreaming of heading off for a relaxing break? We’ve teamed up with […]

Rory Cooper couldn’t have known what to expect as he and his […]

Eleven-year-old Matthew Pietrzyk can now swim, run, have a bath and eat […]

CBT has positive effects on mental health, financial empowerment and parenting skills, […]

Born legally blind and without irises, seven-year-old Landon Carter has never been […]

Gondolas4all has opened up the city to wheelchair users. Tony Heaton will […]

The Jumblies Project is sensory theatre experience, imagined and created by students […]

Date: Friday 5th May Time: 7pm-8pm Location: Kaleidoscope Gymnastics Centre Contact: […]

The Eden Project has been named the country’s best visitor attraction for […]

Apply for NDACA’s R&D Grants   Applications are now open for the […]

In our series on disability, sex and relationships, expert and resident agony […]

Regular Disability Horizons writer, Tom Housden, who has Cerebral Palsy, will be […]

Mental health spending is being cut by £4.5m in five English regions […]

An 11-year-old boy has been given medicinal marijuana on the NHS in […]

Welcome to Speed Of Sight Charity Our charity hosts driving days for […]

Workers at a Chinese speech therapy centre have been caught hitting, slapping […]

A mother-of-two has been left almost bedbound after she was bitten by […]

Scientists may be one step closer to discovering a cure for the […]

Broadchurch stars David Tennant and Olivia Colman have posted selfies of themselves […]

WHSmith, Marks & Spencer, Subway and Greggs have all agreed to cut […]

Scientists hope they have found a drug to stop all neurodegenerative brain […]

Lenin Moreno was declared the winner of Ecuador’s April 2 presidential election, […]

We hear from reader Gloria Persiani about her ‘invisible disability’. To many […]

Chloe Tear, who has Cerebral Palsy, is currently studying psychology at university. […]

Housing problems in England are causing people to suffer anxiety, depression and […]

A sanitation worker has become an unassuming hero in China after being […]