12 March 2020:
Hartlepool disabled driver calls for extra petrol station help
11 March 2020:
Another MP piles pressure on the DWP over dodgy assessments
11 March 2020:
Coronavirus: ‘Disabled people must not be seen as inevitable cannon fodder’
4 March 2020:
DWP accused of offering disabled people 'take it or leave it' benefits
26 February 2020:
Mum's pride at son's Down's syndrome book
New data suggests some patients thought to have autism waited over 19 weeks for their first mental health appointments.
Councils in England have warned that home-to-school transport, on which many children with special educational needs and disabilities (Send) depend, is under threat because of “unsustainable” costs and insufficient funding.
One in two people who appealed in court against a decision to deny them disability benefits was successful, analysis of five years of data shows.
The equality watchdog is considering taking action to tackle discrimination in the way decisions are made in the social security system, it revealed this morning.
Smoking tobacco cigarettes could increase the risk of mental health problems such as depression and schizophrenia, research suggests.
For years, deaf and disabled music fans have faced huge barriers when it comes to booking concert tickets.
Disabled activists have spoken of their shock and alarm after 18 police and crime commissioners (PCCs) signed a letter calling for a change in the law on assisted suicide.
Painkillers, statins and fish oils may alleviate symptoms of depression, especially when taken in conjunction with antidepressants, experts say.
Many people with asthma could cut their carbon footprint and help save the environment by switching to "greener" medications, UK researchers say.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) wants to offer a single face-to-face assessment – with the agreement of the claimant – that would replace and merge the current work capability assessment (WCA) and the assessment for personal independence payment (PIP).