Help and advice

It’s time to REACH your potential

CHORLEY and South Ribble’s Disability Awareness REACH event will be bigger and better than ever, say the organisers.

Staying in work ‘to stay young’

TWO in five people planning to retire this year would be happy to work past 65 if they had the chance.

Follow your art

IF YOU’RE interested in the arts and older people – and fancy experiencing, observing and researching how they approach it in other countries – this could be your opportunity.

Rock on, kids!

TAKING the kids to a summer concert or rock festival this year? Don’t spoil it by damaging their ears.

You too can be Prime Minister

THE path into politics is to be made easier for disabled people with funding from £250 to £10,000 available.

Help for deaf readers ‘must be stepped up’

PUBLISHERS should do more to support deaf children to learn to read effectively, says the boss of a book store that champions deaf people’s rights.

Carly’s set for a Wonder-ful debut

SINGER Carly Ryan, who shot to fame in the BBC Three TV show Autistic Superstars, has released her debut album. The CD features a track...

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