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Tall Story

Growth hormone deficiency which halts those to the sizes of Lilliputians is a fairly recognised disability. Making sufferers prime targets for bullying stunted growth little squirts don't tend to cause too much hassle and if you wish you can choose to ignore them.
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Become a TV Presenter

Channel 4 are certainly getting their teeth into the 2012 Paralympics, a few months ago ABLE2 told you that the channel promised to give extensive coverage of the event. The countdown races off from the starting line in a few weeks time and there's even a chance for you to become a television star!

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We are not alone ...

...According to Profesor Hawking.

On some occasions and let's be honest here, when a disabled person opens their mouth it can be difficult to understand what they are going on about.

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Corrie Star admits he is deaf

Listen up Corrie Fans one of your heroes has just revealed that he is partially deaf. If you have ever met actor William Roache, who plays Ken Barlow in the soap, and have tried to have a conversation with him only to find that he walks away from you, don't be offended. As the actor explains it has happened in the past...

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Guy Ritchie joins us at our party in Mayfair

TRICK OF THE TRADE.  ABLE2 celebrates the New Year with help from a top magician.

The rooms of The Punchbowl pub were ablaze with gasps with disbelief on Saturday evening, and that was even before pundits became aware of the bar prices. The element of surprise congresses around a ready-made VIP area reserved for ABLE2 where we are celebrating our tenth year online, another bash is provisionally planned for April when we reach the big ten 'O' quite literally.

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Find out about the Changing Faces charity

PUTTING ON A BRAVE FACE.  Information on the Changing Faces charity.

Some of you may have watched the launch of Channel 4's latest 'shock' series called 'Beauty and the Beast: Ugly Face of Prejudice. Far from being a children’s fairy tale the show reflects on the partnership between a facial or body disfigurement, how can we put this?, a normal human being.

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