4 July 2019:
Stormzy’s Glastonbury sign language interpreter goes viral for being amazing at her job
3 July 2019:
SEN court case is due to ‘shocking’ and ‘shameful’ austerity impact, say campaigners
20 June 2019:
Tony Awards 2019: Ali Stroker becomes first wheelchair winner
20 June 2019:
Early brain 'signs of Parkinson's' found
19 June 2019:
Blue badge permits: People with 'hidden disabilities' to be eligible
The Royal Shakespeare Company has unveiled plans to “level the playing field” for disabled actors by casting them in new productions in what one said marked “another massive crack in the glass ceiling”.
Genetically modified chickens lay eggs with cancer-killing chemicals inside lay eggs with cancer-killing chemicals inside
Genetically modified chickens that produce human proteins with anti-cancer effects in their eggs could provide a cost-effective way to produce drugs, research suggests.
Leading disabled actors and directors and key figures in the disability movement are featured in a new collection of free online content that shows how disabled people have been represented on film in Britain over the last century.
Social media firms could be banned if they fail to remove harmful content, the health secretary has warned.
A former Royal Marine who lost his leg in an accident is attempting to become the fastest person to row the Atlantic.
PROTON beam therapy is a type of particle therapy that uses a beam of protons to irradiate diseased tissue. Now, a 15-year-old with a rare brain tumour is to undergo the procedure at the first NHS centre to offer this treatment.
The government is discriminating against disabled benefit claimants by failing to install equipment at tribunal venues that would allow them to record what happens at their social security appeals, according to university researchers.
BRITS with mental health problems are TWICE as likely to lose up to £140 a week in benefits, a study has revealed.
Changes to the disability benefits system that has caused huge hardship to some of the country’s most vulnerable people has cost the government more than £4bn more in extra welfare payments than ministers estimated.
A non-invasive hearing test could aid early detection and diagnosis of autism, according to new research.