Worldwide push to help jobs’ charity

A GLOBAL army of fundraisers swam, cycled, walked and ran nearly 200 miles for a charity helping people with long-term health conditions find meaningful work.

New autism respite centre opens

A SHORT STAY respite service for people affected by autism has opened in Bromborough, Wirral.

Sport equipment for hire to beat COVID-19

A NEW sports equipment rental service has been set up for people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. The equipment includes a range of GameFrames,...

Coronavirus – catastrophic for brain injured

By Ipek Tugcu, a Senior Associate in the Brain Injury Team at Bolt Burdon Kemp THE impact of Covid-19 on neurorehabilitation is likely to be catastrophic to brain...

Making workplaces safer for blind people

A PRACTICAL list of actions that businesses can take to help blind and partially sighted staff return safely back to work have been produced by the Royal National Institute of Blind People.

All aboard . . . Sunflower scheme boost for disabled train travellers

ALL OF Britain’s rail companies are now recognising Sunflower lanyards and cards so that passengers with non-visible disabilities can travel with extra confidence. Accessibility Minister...

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