This Saturday you can make a difference, all you have to do is to go somewhere you have never ben before. It could be an exciting expedition to a far away isolated place which even Google maps would struggle to pinpoint or a local shop a few minutes away from your home which has yet to welcome you as a visitor.
Disabled? Sports fan? Attend games? Well, there’s the first batch of questions out of the way and if you answered ‘yes’ to all three the government would like to hear from you.
According to a Scottish MP business companies are missing out on an opportunity when it comes to disabled people going on holiday.
When a person is confined to a wheelchair, it can mean moving around their own home becomes increasingly difficult and impacts upon their quality of life. However, there really is no need for wheelchair-bound people to put up with a home which does not meet their needs.
How did you spend Easter? Apart from scoffing your faces with chocolate we guess a percentage of you paid a visit to a UK tourist attraction and with another Bank Holiday less than a fortnight away it won’t be long until we start planning how to spend that three-day break.
It goes without saying people with disabilities have every right to travel as much as those who are able-bodied. In today’s society our opening sentence seems dated, surely public transport and airports cater for those with physical limitations?
Manchester Music venues The Academy 1,2,3, Club Academy and the Union Bar were last week recognised for their commitment towards providing an accessible space for deaf and disabled gig goers at an awards event following rounds of improvements to their venues.
The ABLE2UK concert will take place at the Camden Roundhouse on August 20. The chosen venue prides itself on the way it caters for its disabled guests.