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
Thousands of families with children who have special educational needs and disabilities have staged protests across England against funding cuts.
Many disabled people’s families have been “driven to breaking point” by cuts to social care, while other disabled people have been denied benefits and forced by the government into unsuitable work, a UN human rights expert has concluded.
DOCTORS have been told to warn patients taking anti-depressants about the often “severe” side-effects of quitting.
Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place across the UK to talk about the problems and stigmas around talking about and diagnosing mental health issues.
Fitness trackers should be prescribed on the NHS to stop a further widening of health inequality, a new review has warned.
A regulator has found widespread mishandling by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) of complaints it has received about the way nurses working for government contractors have carried out disability benefit assessments.
More than half of people who suffered from a long-term illness or disability in 2016 suffered food insecurity, according research which has prompted renewed concerns about a "hunger crisis" in the UK.
Just one in 10 GPs says they have the tools they need to diagnose pancreatic cancer early enough for treatment, according to Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Scientists have developed a decoder that can translate brain activity directly into speech.
Disabled activists have responded with resignation after the government appointed another “shoddy, shameless” minister for disabled people.