More disabled people could be eligible for Personal Independence Payment [PIP] and receive up to £172.75 from April after changes to the disability benefit were announced by the Department for Work and Pensions [DWP] earlier this week.
A little girl with Downs Syndrome and her mum are raising awareness about the condition to break down stigmas attached with living with a disability.
Tom Pursglove, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, has appointed 16 new members to the British Sign Language [BSL] Advisory Board to help the government provide key issues to the Deaf community.
With the recent success of The Last of Us TV series it's a safe bet to say thousands of us will be controlling Joel and Bella around a post-apocalyptic world from our own living room.
A mum of ten children has been awarded a MBE for her work supporting disabled children by launching her own charitable organisation.
To celebrate Independent Women’s Day [ 8 March ] we highlight the remarkable career of Stella Young, a disability activist who had a gifted knack for making people laugh.
Dame Judi Dench has added weight behind a campaign trying to overturn a ban on blue badge parking in York.
The government has announced plans to open thousands more specialist schools for children with special educational needs and disabilities [SEND].
A new app has been launched assisting disabled train passengers by Avanti West Coast train service.
Students at the National Star College in Ullenwood, near Cheltenham, are road testing a new body suit which can ease the pain and movements for people living with physical disabilities.
ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI, has the potential to greatly improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Teenager Josiah Johnson 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!
Accessible loos aren’t usually the topic of conversations but for the team behind Changing Places it was a subject which never went down the pan.