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We chat to visually impaired actor and theatre maker Alice Christina-Corrigan about how creative captions can be used to make theatre more accessible and some of the cool things she’s seen on stage over the course of her career.
Sam, a communications worker, was diagnosed with ADHD at 30. He speaks about how he uses ADHD memes to express himself.
Joshua, Charlie and Arthur to talk about the importance of accessibility and inclusion in LGBTQ+ spaces. Charlie shares his experiences in Manchester and Arthur talks about what he's seen in Edinburgh. So who's doing it right, and who needs to...
Kyle tells us about his autism diagnosis journey.
Lizzie lives at Agnes Court - our residential service in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Lizzie and Team Leader Lorraine Mobbs recall the memorable day they met our former patron, Queen Elizabeth II.
One of our supporters explains what a microaggression is and how they've been made to feel self-conscious about not drinking due to their disability.
This month, Isaac is joined by magician Rob West, who is one half of magic duo Rob and West. Rob, who has Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia, reflects on how growing up with a disability led to his stage presence as a performer.
Kirsteen Allison, from our training and consultancy team, shares her top tips as a disabled person to ensure your office party night is accessible.
Steph Densley, Service Manager at Birnbeck and Quantock Care Homes, tells us about her career in the social care sector.
Amber tells us her top tips for living independently as a young disabled person during the cost of living crisis.