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It was extremely refreshing to see Vicky Balch walking for Teatum Jones' at London Fashion Week. Body confidence and self image is an issue for many people – young and old, able bodied and disabled – that needs addressing in modern society.
Recently, in the news, it was revealed that one in four people admit to avoiding conversations with disabled people. Well...guess what? There is nothing to be scared of.
Muscular Dystrophy UK fights for the 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions to have choices, to be understood and never alone.
Learning Disability Week is here! We are supporting Mencap 's call for more opportunities for people with a learning disability to get into good-quality paid employment.
To coincide with MS Week in the UK, we are highlighting the work that groups like MS-UK do to help those with MS.
Elouise takes a look at one of the biggest access events of the year, and how it is helping the world to become a more accessible place for everyone.
ITV broadcast The Daily Mirror's The Pride of Britain Awards on Tuesday 1st November 2016, celebrating the ordinary people who faced extraordinary situations.
Coronation Street is highlighting the impacts of disabilities on families with a recent storyline. Well-known character Steve McDonald is facing his fears about his children and himself inheriting Mytonic Dystrophy.
Wheelchair user, William Pike, is tackling the UK's high streets to make shopping accessible for all.