How accessible is your region?

Catching the train is about more than getting from A to B - it’s a journey to independence and opportunity. But rail isn’t accessible, excluding disabled people from opportunities that should be available to all.

Find out how accessible your area is

15-min home workouts

Regular exercise makes you fitter and stronger, but it is also healthy for your mind and boost your mental health.

Get active with workouts by Paralympian, Olivia Breen!

Download our home workouts toolkit

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Care and accommodation

We have around 130 services across the UK. Providing the best possible care to the people who live in our services is always our priority.

Find a care home

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Advice about visiting our services

We know this is a worrying time for everyone. The safety and wellbeing of people we support, our staff and volunteers, is our priority.

Get our latest guidance

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Our international work

Our work is helping disabled people to live, learn and earn as independently as they choose across the globe.

Find out about our global work

Latest news and blogs covering the issues important to disabled people right now

Is the pandemic making studying more inclusive?

In the latest episode of the Disability Download, we heard Amelia and Cassie sharing their experiences. Thines Ganeshamoorthy, whose ‘Try it!’ campaign won the NUS Disabled Students’ Campaign of the Year 2015, reacts to their stories.

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What it's like being an intern during a pandemic

Ray took part in our Change 100 graduate internship scheme during Summer 2020. They tell us what it is like to be a disabled person navigating the transition from university, to interning and to the job market all during a global pandemic.

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