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Gemma Hope is our Director of Policy. She tells us why we have asked MPs to scrap the five-week wait for Universal Credit.
One of our supporters told us about the lack of accessible homes and her experience of trying to access Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) for her son.
Michelle Lecheminant is the deputy manager at our St. Bridget’s service in West Sussex. She tells us what working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic has taught her.
Amar Latif contracted coronavirus in March 2020. He tells us about what it was like to be admitted to hospital as a blind man and what the experience taught him.
We asked Owen Thomas, a volunteer at Fryers House in Romsey, to tell us what lockdown has been like for him. Here, Owen tells us how he managed to keep helping our residents despite having to self-isolate.
Ged Beaumont is one of our volunteers. He tells us how he's been continuing to volunteer and fundraise for us during the coronavirus pandemic.
UK’s 14 million disabled people are being forgotten by the government and allowed to fall through the cracks.
Isabella has been volunteering from home during the coronavirus lockdown. She tells us how she has found the experience.
Dick Harris has been involved with us for 50 years. He tells us about his journey from resident to staff member and how the charity has changed over those years.
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Angel Perez explains how technology enables inclusion for jobseekers with disabilities.