Students will soon be able to learn British Sign Language (BSL) as part of their GCSE exams under a new Government scheme.
Wembley Stadium has introduced accessible facilities for visitors with dementia, the first of its kind in the UK.
A nine-year-old boy with a rare genetic disorder has been granted a specially adapted tricycle so he can explore the great outdoors.
Passengers who use power wheelchairs will be able to use the seating on Delta Air Lines flights after a prototype was revealed at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany, last week.
The government has announced plans to introduce personalised apps to assist disabled passengers and robots for freight at ports.
A young boy is about to have his dream gift after a plumber covered the cost so he could be fitted with a bionic arm.
A pioneering system sending thoughts to the feet and legs via wireless electronic brain implants has enabled a paralysed Dutch man to walk again.
The Chelsea Flower Show, which blooms into service from today, has announced its attractions for this year’s event which includes a garden for people with spinal injuries.
Sony has officially announced the launch of its accessible Playstation 5 controller for gamers with physical disabilities.
The government has announced a second one-off payment for disabled people to support the cost of living crisis.
A baby has been born which could see the end of difficult births which lead to mitochondrial diseases which occur within days or hours.
A manufacturer of doors and windows for people which employs people with vision loss has been given its second royal seal of approval by King Charles III.