Our press releases cover the issues important to us as a charity and the disability sector as a whole.
Showing results for your search
A staggering 69% of disabled workers in Wales say they have stopped working due to a disability or health condition*, according to new research from disability charity Leonard Cheshire.
Wales’ first fully inclusive dance event — Strictly Cymru — is set to hit Carmarthen for its third dance-off.
Disabled children, young people and adults in Flintshire are set to benefit from a brand new approach to care.
Weston’s disabled people came together with the Mayor and Mayoress of Weston-super-Mare, the Chair of North Somerset council and Avon and Somerset Police, amongst others, to discuss how to make Weston more disability-friendly, with more disabled...
Our response to the government’s petitions committee report on the online abuse of disabled people.
Our response to the Office of Rail and Road data on Disabled Person's Railcard (DPRC).
Disabled people are joining forces with the Chairman of North Somerset Council, the Mayor and Mayoress of Weston-super-Mare and local organisations, to break down barriers to disabled people participating in community life.
Our response to today's findings from the Office for Budget Responsibility concerning PIP and reforms to the UK’s disability benefits system.
Disabled dancers shook it on Sunday (13 January) for the street-dance themed second heats of ‘Strictly Cymru’, Wales’ first inclusive dance competition.
Our response to Amber Rudd’s speech today, in which the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions announced important changes to current proposals for Universal Credit.