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Remembering The Queen at Agnes Court
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.
Unintentional barriers are still barriers
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.
Podcast: Access (not) all areas with magician Rob West
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.
Top tips for an accessible festive night out
Kirsteen Allison, from our training and consultancy team, shares her top tips as a disabled person to ensure your office party night is accessible.
From support worker to service manager
Steph Densley, Service Manager at Birnbeck and Quantock Care Homes, tells us about her career in the social care sector.
Tips for living independently and managing bills
Amber tells us her top tips for living independently as a young disabled person during the cost of living crisis.
What disabled people need to know from the Autumn Statement
Our Director of Policy, Gemma Hope explains what the Autumn Statement means for disabled people.
We need action on social care now, we cannot wait
Our Chief Executive Ruth Owen explains why the social care sector is on brink of collapse and why we need urgent action to stop this disaster.
Three tests the Autumn Statement needs to pass
Gemma Hope, our Director of Policy, explains what we're looking out for in the Autumn Statement.
Like many disabled people, I lose sleep worrying about bills
Disabled campaigner Kerry Thompson talks about the cost of living and why raising benefits in line with inflation is vital.