Why banks mustn’t ignore these vital signals

THE LATEST “Bank on Your People” survey, investigating the state of employee wellbeing in the financial sector, has just been released and the findings are very interesting.

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New competition for autistic artists

PEOPLE of all ages with autism are being given a chance to show off their creative talents by entering a new national competition focusing on art and technology.

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What does summer have in store for you?

RUSSELL GRANT looks at what the summer stars have in store for you

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Internet’s shock disability figures

DISABLED people are less likely to have used the internet than non-disabled people in every age group, according to a new report from the Office for National Statistics.

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Looking for a small home lift?

THINKING about having a lift put into your home – but worried about the space it will take up? Well, your problems may now be solved.

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Parky out for a duck at Taverners cricket final

SIR Michael Parkinson was caught and bowled for a duck when he visited the Lord’s Taverners Disability Cricket Championships Finals at the Kia Oval.

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Make it a holiday to remember

FANCY helping someone who is deafblind to have a holiday they’ll remember forever? Here’s your chance . . .

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Disability laws haven’t worked for us

ADULTS with cerebral palsy are still experiencing the same levels of “debilitating discrimination” as they suffered before the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act 20 years ago, say campaigners.

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A time to be Mindful

WE ARE fortunate to live in a society that seems more open to talking about mental health.

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Stroke figures soar for people aged 40-54

HE number of strokes occurring in men aged between 40 and 54 has rocketed by almost 50% in less than 15 years.

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