A social media program recently launched in Australia is helping disabled people connect with others using an accessible platform.
A Coventry charity has been a lifeline for a disabled woman who has felt lonely since the Covid-19 pandemic.
Disabled seniors, who feel isolated from society, are turning to the Metaverse to form new friendships and explore territories even though they may be bedridden or have limited mobility.
A disabled man has been given two new furry friends to combat the loneliness he is going through living in residential care.
Let’s be brutally honest, finding love when you have a disability is a bit of a nightmare, something which has been lovingly brought to light by a national charity.
A car company specifically aimed for disabled people has launched a new service to combat loneliness and take away the stress of cooking over a hot stove at weekends.
Smart speakers such as Alexa and Siri are keeping disabled people company and more independent according to a new study carried out by the UK Office of communications [Ofcom].
For the foreseeable future we are going to be banging on about loneliness following the launch of our #StopTheShadow campaign, but how do you know when somebody feels isolated?