Energy Angels, an ethical business that strives to ensure access to cost-effective energy supplies, has come onboard with Wolves Disability FC as the team’s first-ever sponsor! There are now around 70 players on the Disability team, an amazing increase on the four teammates who attended the first session as Sporting Chances nine or so years […]
Operators are now able to bid for grants on projects that will help elderly and disabled people travel confidently on transport links connecting them to the mainland.
TV history was made on September 20th, when George Webster joined the Cbeebies team as the first BBC children’s presenter with Down’s syndrome
In a UK first, Gympanzees – which delivers fully inclusive leisure facilities for disabled children and young people – is due to open a disability-specific inclusive and accessible site in Bristol in 2023.
A new Catalyst Programme has been launched by the NLC, aiming to support and develop senior leaders with a disability in public sector positions.
The long-awaited Tokyo 2020 Paralympics kicks off today (August 24th), after a pandemic-related hiatus that saw the event cancelled last year to allow the world to deal with the strange events of the covid-19 crisis. But the 16th Paralympic Games is finally getting underway, the second time that the Japanese capital has played host to […]
Broadcaster ITV has launched a new on-air campaign to raise awareness of invisible disabilities.
The government has published its new National Disability Strategy, setting out 100 immediate commitments to be made.
A new app is currently being trialled in Salford that makes it easier for disabled people to make use of sports centres and gyms.
An all-disabled team has taken on Formula 1 legends Johnny Herbert and Damon Hill in the Halow Project’s Damon Hill Karting Challenge, which took place on July 13th.
A new £12.5 million Blackwood Neighbourhoods for Independent Living project has been launched to help older people carry on living at home independently for longer.