16 May 2019:
What is Mental Health Awareness Week? Why 2019’s theme is body image, and how to get involved
9 May 2019:
Call for poor and disabled to be given NHS fitness trackers
8 May 2019:
Nursing body failed to deal fairly with PIP assessment complaints, says regulator
2 May 2019:
Half of sick or disabled people on low incomes experienced food insecurity in 2016, study shows
1 May 2019:
Most GPs ill-equipped to diagnose one of the deadliest cancers
The government has been asked by campaigners from across the world why it blocked the “meaningful” involvement of user-led and survivor organisations in this week’s high-profile global mental health summit in London.
Children and young people with special needs are being failed in almost half of areas in England inspected under new rules, research by the Guardian has found.
The government could pay out more than £1bn in back payments after finding out that tens of thousands of people claiming sickness and disability benefits have been underpaid.
Prescription drugs pregabalin and gabapentin are to be reclassified as class C controlled substances from next April, the government announced today (15 October).
The work of police officers on more than half of their disability hate crime investigations has been found to be “unacceptable”, according to a new report by two watchdogs.
The head coach of England’s amputee football side has thanked sponsors and the Premier League for donations that will enable the team to travel to Turkey later this month to compete in the 2018 World Cup.
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?