4 October 2018:
Many disabled people hide their impairments to avoid awkwardness, report says
4 October 2018:
Waiting times for disability benefit claims soar by three weeks in three months
27 September 2018:
Parents in England seek legal action over special needs funding cuts
26 September 2018:
Are we really on the brink of a cure for Alzheimer’s?
20 September 2018:
'The right trousers': Wallace and Gromit inspire artificial muscle clothing
Two in five disabled people say they hide their impairment to avoid awkwardness and negative attitudes from the public, a new report has found.
Waiting times for new disability benefit claims have soared by three weeks in just three months, prompting concerns thousands of disabled people are being “let down.”
Parents are initiating legal action against the government over multimillion-pound cuts to special needs funding in England, amid warnings of “a national crisis” affecting thousands of children with disabilities across the country.
A new study has inspired headlines claiming a cure for Alzheimer’s disease could be available within six years – but are we genuinely on the verge of an effective treatment?
Smart trousers with artificial muscles have the potential to improve the lives of people with mobility problems, say researchers.
The organisers of a dwarf wrestling show are threatening to sue a Leicester venue for discrimination after the event was cancelled.
The government’s response to a consultation on how to make voting more accessible to disabled people has sparked anger among disabled campaigners, after it failed to offer a single new measure to improve access.
Three out of four parents say their children's mental health deteriorated while waiting for NHS support, according to a report by charity YoungMinds.
The minister for disabled people is refusing to meet a coalition of disabled people’s organisations, in an apparent breach of the UN disability convention.
Charities training support dogs for children with autism are calling for more regulation after figures revealed a quadrupling in requests for help.