Paralympians Robyn Love and Laurie Williams have struck gold becoming new mums of their beautiful daughter, Alba.
Hundreds of disabled people are taking up new activities thanks to a grant donated by a non-departmental public body.
If you have a disability and fancy a go at clay pigeon shooting one of the best places to start is by giving the Disabled Shooters Group [DSG] a shout.
A riding school for disabled people are on the lookout for helping hands at their centre in North Yorkshire.
The Square Food Foundation is a tasty little charity based in Bristol which teaches disabled people cooking skills and improving their mental health.
Whether you have a physical, learning or hidden disability Paraclimbing is a sport which can accommodate most people’s needs.
Teenger Josiah Johnsoon has bagged a place on his high school basketball team. Granted, this may not seem like a worthy news story, but when you hear that the lad was born without any legs…it’s pretty impressive! The 13 year-old from Louisville, Kentucky, was chosen for the team at Moore Middle School in the Autumn, he’s now one of their star players.
A disabled racing driver from Southampton has passed the chequered flag to celebrate his third win of the season with Team BRIT.
England claimed victory over France at the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup final on Friday, 18 November.
A basketball club funded by BBC Children in Need is helping disabled youngsters boost their confidence and interaction skills.
France will be under pressure when England plays the Wheelchair Rugby League Cup final tonight, 18 November, in Manchester.
England scored a victory over Australia on the first day of the Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup, which took place yesterday, 3 November, at Copper Box Arena in London.