A woman living with a rare debilitating health condition has raised enough money to buy herself a new ‘game-changing’ wheelchair.
Katja Pavlovna (pictured above) is fully aware of the stigma attached to mental illness, but unlike most of us she did something about it.
A woman from Gloucester is planning a skydive. Nothing unusual there - but when you hear that Abbi Wilson is a wheelchair user and jumping out a plane to raise money for a good cause it’s worthy of a bit of nationwide publicity!
A disabled model from Coseley is in the running to be crowned Miss Great Britain.
Darren Edwards is about to embark on an adventure of a lifetime which will see him take on seven marathons within seven days over seven continents.
A woman diagnosed with a medical condition has set her hopes on becoming the first disabled Ms Great Britain.
A woman who became disabled after her pregnant mother took the sedative drug Thalidomide is celebrating a remarkable achievement in her home county of South Glamorgan.
A small theatre company formed of neurodiverse and disabled actors has received a prestigious award for their ‘exciting, unsettling and thought-provoking’ work.
A man born with cerebral palsy who was told he would “never walk” is now trying to break the stereotype that suggests disabled people can’t be attractive…And he’s doing it on his feet!
A military veteran who lost the use of his right arm in crossfire has reached the South Pole with a polar explorer 50 days after leaving his home city of Manchester.
An 11 year-old from Sheffield has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in the New Year Honours.
When ABLE2UK reader Ian Taverner developed a debilitating illness he was forced to change his lifestyle.
It’s not uncommon to spot a wheelchair accessible sign when you are out and about, but you may be surprised to hear there’s one planted in the snow at the North Pole.