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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.
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.
In our latest podcast episode, we speak to disabled student Cassie and network director of Disabled Students UK Amelia about their experiences over the last twelve months.
Grace has a high-level spinal cord injury. She explains the COVID-19 vaccine categories and how she thinks they're leaving disabled people behind.
We know this is a worrying time for everyone and the safety and wellbeing of the people we support, our staff and volunteers, remains our priority.
This International Women’s Day, Isabella Kila tells us how she chose to challenge a lack of accessibility in Papua New Guinea and advocate for disabled people.
Ariana Almeida tells us why this International Women's Day, we’re calling on everyone to #ChooseToChallenge gender inequality and disability discrimination.
BBC Gardeners’ World and BBC Morning Live Mark Lane tells us why we shouldn't underestimate the joy of a hanging basket and how you can join his masterclass this Mother's day!
Lissa is the speech and language therapist on the assistive technology project at Hill House in Sandbach. She tells us what her daily work involves, from customers learning how to tell jokes to getting the latest technology from the US.
Mum of three, Caron, from Stockport tells us how she wants to make the fashion industry more inclusive with her own bespoke joggers.