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
Plastic bottles have been turned into the sockets for prosthetic limbs by university experts.
Teenage girls who check social media more than three times a day are more likely to be unhappy, anxious and dissatisfied with life, a study suggests.
The proportion of disability assessment reports completed by government contractor Atos that were found to be significantly flawed has soared by more than 40 per cent in the last two years.
Deaf pupils in England are struggling “at every stage of their education”, with fewer than half leaving school with two A-levels, compared with almost two-thirds of their hearing peers, according to new analysis.
For the first time, the government has pledged to monitor the number of people with autistic spectrum conditions in employment.
Disabled people and their organisations have reacted to Boris Johnson becoming the new prime minister with alarm and scepticism, but also an appeal for “honest engagement”.
A new “radical history” of the disabled people’s movement is set to throw new light on the contribution made by one of its most influential figures.
More than 13,000 disabled people are to receive backdated benefit payments after the government accepted a court ruling over universal credit.
Referrals to child mental health units from UK primary schools for pupils aged 11 and under have risen by nearly 50% in three years, the BBC has learned.
Two-thirds of passengers with disabilities still experience barriers to travel when using trains, government research has found.