The January Challenge 2022

The January Challenge - Join some of the creative world's biggest talents

This is a unique opportunity to join in with some of the creative world's biggest talents. The January Challenge from arts organisation 64 Million Artists, now in its eighth year, is 31 days of…

Dimensions hate crime training

Hate crime training for Avon and Somerset Police

Dimensions, the UK’s largest not-for-profit provider of support for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, and Discovery, the ground-breaking partnership between Dimensions…

Techshare Pro

Europe’s biggest accessibility conference, TechShare Pro, is back for 2021

The virtual event showcases inspirational talks and insights from industry leaders to the digital accessibility and inclusive design community on business advantage, policy, culture change and…


WeThe15: A global human rights movement for the 1.2 billion persons with disabilities

WeThe15 aims to end discrimination towards persons with disabilities and act as a global movement publicly campaigning for disability visibility, accessibility, and inclusion.

bristol charity workers

Bristol charity workers prepare to skydive for people with learning disabilities

 A graphic designer from Bristol is preparing to skydive for the first time in ten years after previously experiencing a canopy malfunction, to raise money for the national learning disabilities…

Alison Rowe

Care Case Study: Alison Rowe

Alison Rowe had been living with multiple joint and bone conditions for years before she was introduced to a revolutionary bathroom solution that would go on to transform her life.


lip-reading transparent mask

A children's hospital helps design lip-reading transparent mask

·         Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and award-winning South Yorkshire manufacturer Bluetree Medical have launched a new medical grade transparent mask…

Disabled Rights

Independence Day? How Disabled Rights Were Won

Independence Day? How Disabled Rights Were Won (w/t) is based on the remarkable true story of the people behind an irrepressible campaign of direct-action that lead to significant steps forward in…

creative class

Case study: Smashing boundaries, one creative class at time

Inspirational, creative and inclusive leader, Leanne Evans, founder of FTM Dance, overcomes early struggles to create leading Midlands performing arts service for children and adults with a range…

Online therapy

Online therapy and psychotherapy subscription

Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May), therapy platform UK Therapy Guide launches a monthly therapy subscription service, offering private mental…

Free activity resources

Free activity resources now available to support people with complex disabilities

The national disability charity, Sense, has launched a new, online platform offering a range of free art, sport and wellbeing activities developed to support people with complex disabilities.…

Elizabeth Muchechetere - Strokes and recovery

Elizabeth Muchechetere shares her in-depth insight on Strokes and recovery

“My personal view on stroke is that it is a challenging, complex and difficult condition to treat and manage, and it requires both the healthcare and public to play a part in preventing, treating…

LEGO Braille

World’s first LEGO Braille Bricks event at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre, part of MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS, Europe’s number one and the world’s second-largest visitor attraction operator, is supporting children who are blind or have low vision…

Step-By-Step Cookbook is an accessible cookbook by the Children's Trust

Children’s charity launches accessible cookbook

The Children's Trust has produced a special ‘easy to follow’ accessible cookbook, developed by children and rehabilitation therapists, for the whole family to enjoy and have fun in the kitchen.…

Adil raising funds for learning disability charity

Man steps up to raise funds for his learning disability charity service

A man with learning disabilities from Bradford has walked 240,000 steps in a month to raise over £600 towards new sports equipment and other resources for the charity which supports him. 

Motability Scheme

Over 2,000 affordable motoring options with the Motability Scheme this summer

The new summer Motability Scheme price list has been released, with a range of over 2,000 cars available and many vehicle models on offer with no Advance Payment. The Scheme provides worry-free…

support children’s mental health

Young Voices and Place2Be team up to support children’s mental health

Young Voices, the world’s largest school choir organisation, and children’s mental health charity Place2Be will work in partnership to raise awareness and funding for children’s mental health.…

Royal National College for the Blind

Royal National College for the Blind revamps leadership

The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC), the UK’s leading post-16 specialist college for young people with visual impairments, is revamping its…

Denise Mumford

Support worker Denise Mumford celebrates 30 years at learning disability charity

A 67-year-old senior support worker, Denise Mumford, has been supporting adults with learning disabilities to live the best life possible at national charity Hft for the last 30 years.