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Kerry tells us how experiencing online hate crime affected her, why allyship is so important and what she would like to see the government do to tackle it.
This episode explores the topic of disability hate crime – what it is and how people can be allies to disabled people.
Emma Donaldson, 36, is from Hucknall in Nottinghamshire. She tells us about her quest to find a wheelchair accessible home.
To mark Accessible Homes week, we speak to Kerry Thompson – a disability campaigner who knows the difference accessible housing can make to someone’s life.
Following on from Disability Pride Month, Dr Hannah Barham-Brown talks about disability activism and what makes her proud to be disabled. She also discusses LGBTQ events and why they need to be more inclusive.
Our wonderful staff member Terry Craggs will be competing in the upcoming Para Agility World Championships with her border collie called Mist.
In this episode, Josh and Jax, who both have several tattoos, discuss their experiences, from tattoos related to their disabilities, to first tattoo regret, and more!
Mark talks about his experience of being diagnosed with Chiari Malformation, his life at Seven Springs and the importance of community.
Shehla spent the most of her twenties travelling around the world and flying her drone. In her thirties she was diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder and everything changed. Shehla went from adventurer to advocate and tells us about...
Mili, who is originally from Argentina, talks with honesty and openness about the effect M.E. has on her life. She also tells us why attitudes to people with invisible disabilities need to improve.