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The National Garden Scheme project at Market Field School in Essex officially opened on 22 July much to the delight of our Can Doers!
Our chief executive Neil Heslop talks about the importance Sustainable Development Goals and Boris Johnson's appointment as Prime Minister.
Nicola lives at Arlesey, a supported living service which allows disabled people to live as independently as they choose in a place of their own.
Our Livelihoods projects offer support and training services to disabled people and employers across Africa and Asia, and campaign for better disability awareness. As part of these projects, we supported Julius from Uganda. This is his story.
Seven year-old Avina Amos lives in Fufu Village in Chamwino District Council, Tanzania. Avina was born with spina bifida. She became partially paralysed in her legs and hands from surgical complications.
Our brand new accessible café opens its doors this September – and we need you to choose its name!
Mark told us about his experience of switching from Disability Living Allowance to Personal Independence Payment.
To celebrate Learning Disability Week, Neil talks about the importance of this year's theme — sport and inclusion.
Sarah talks her journey into employment and the impact our young voices programme.
Nick Bishop speaks to disabled football fan Rob Trent about attending games as a wheelchair user – from perching on the old Wembley steps to travelling on the train with lab rats.