Twitch users are campaigning for a Disability Pride Month.
For the first time guidelines on self-harm will include schools and prisons in England and Wales which will help teachers and officers protect more vulnerable people.
A disabled man swam for over 27 hours to escape a devastating tsunami on Saturday refusing to call for help in case his son died trying to save him.
What would you do if you won the lottery? It’s a question most of us have been asked and probably replied along the lines of taking all our mates on holiday, buying a flash car, or a one bedroom flat in central London.
New research suggests transgender people who take hormones in their teenage years are less likely to suffer from mental health conditions, suicidal thoughts and substance abuse.
The government has joined forces with a national disability charity to launch a Disabled Persons Passenger Charter for bus, coach, taxi, private hire vehicles and rail.
Here’s a great story for our readers who enjoy going on a trip without travelling very far…Scientists have concluded the psychedelic drug psilocybin found in magic mushrooms can treat those suffering from their mental health.
Niki Antram has be one of the strongest mums we have covered in our articles, both physically and mentally – who else do you know who has carried their son on their backs so they can travel the world?
Campaigners are trying to pass a new guideline which will see people with learning disabilities jump the queue for the COVID-19 vaccination in Wales.
A couple from Kirby Muxloe, Leicester have put a huge smile on children and young people’s faces by designing a Father Christmas grotto specifically for those living with a disability.
You have to feel sorry for the postman who delivers for Nicholas Black, a teenager living in a Florida hospice after his mother made a huge festive effort to cheer him up.
It has just been announced by the North Pole publicity team Santa is making a slight detour this Christmas so he can pay an extra special visit to raise money for a charity which supports people with disabilities.
Following the government’s announcement advising people to work from home as the Ontario Covid-19 variant continues to spread a percentage of firms are allowing employees to carry on working in the office to protect their mental health.