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The concept of inclusive education is the cornerstone for creating learning environments that cater to the diverse needs of all students.

There is a disconcerting reality that there are pervasive issues that demand immediate attention and systematic reform.

Step into the dynamic world of healthcare innovation with Jade Godier, the forward-thinking co-founder and CEO of RISE, who brings a wealth of 15 years of experience in the healthcare sector to the forefront.

As a disabled person, dreaming of romance can feel like a pipe dream. When my loved ones spend so much energy helping me get from day to day, it sometimes feels greedy to want more for myself than just getting by. But it isn’t greedy to look for love, and forging human connections is not a luxury.

This children's mental health week Iolo Edwards is sharing how living with a chronic condition affected his mental health.

The Government announced plans in their latest budget to provide further support payments to lowest income individuals to assist them through the cost of living crisis. Find out which payments you may be eligible for, when to expect them and whether you need to do anything to receive them.

In many ways, I benefited from not knowing who I truly was over the years - certain freedoms and opportunities were afforded to me that a disabled person may not automatically be given - but, really, not knowing who I truly was has been such a barrier in my life. 

In this blog we are highlighting an issue many of our members talk to us about on social media. It’s a hot topic often talked about in the news but not given much of a thought thereafter and that’s accessibility in the workplace.

As we enter the festive and winter period, now more than ever disabled people are facing an energy crisis with many feeling the impact of costs increasing rapidly.  A recent article by the Guardian looked at the news that the NHS is running a trial on “heating prescriptions”. As a means of helping those who cannot afford soaring prices on their bills.

Charlotte Bramford developed ME/CFS in 2007. In today's blog post she shares what it was like for her when her family became her carers, and how this can both strengthen and put a strain on relationships.

Today is Purple Tuesday, a global social movement working to improve the customer experience for millions of people worldwide who have some form of disability. Organisations around the world are encouraged to develop their understanding and commit to developing practical solutions that will increase their accessibility. If you’re not sure where to get started, here are some practical steps you can take this Purple Tuesday.

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