Demand urgent funding and reform of social care

"I have a progressive condition which means that I will become less independent over time. In terms of my social care, I get the bare minimum of what is available to support me with everyday life."

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

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Podcast: From retail to record label

When Grace Capaldi realised that mainstream employment wasn’t for her, she came up with a radical solution: to run a record label full time and found a recording studio. Here she tells us about that journey to being her own boss, and why the unusual schedules of the music world suit her so well.

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The possibilities of advanced assistive tech

Recently, we partnered with the Hay Festival to present a talk between Stephen Fry and Peter Scott-Morgan, who describes himself as the world’s first genuine cyborg. Steve Tyler looks at what these advancements in technology could mean for disabled people.

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