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Sue in her kitchen, with her shower products on the kitchen sink drainer

Sue tells us about her home hell and why she's launched a petition for more disabled-friendly homes.

The issues with the spare room subsidy point to a wider problem: there just isn't enough disabled-friendly housing.

Sue in her kitchen, with her shower products on the kitchen sink drainer

Our new campaign, Home Truths, calls for house builders and all political parties to commit to build disabled-friendly homes.

Court case begins today fighting the government’s decision to change the way that people are tested for Personal Independence Payment (PIP).

Simon Stevens, the new head of NHS England has reportedly said he’d like to see all care homes closed by 2060.

What does today's ADASS report mean for disabled people?

Today the government published new data which shows disabled people will be a major factor in deciding the next general election.

A new report from the Public Accounts Committee highlights unacceptable delays in the rollout of the new Personal Independence Payment.

Among the hundreds of pages of government proposals on how the new Care Act will work is an exciting section on 15-minute care.

Care worker Laura Law on her experiences of 15-minute care visits.

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