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Ricky Stevenson looks back at the last year and shares his experience of lockdowns and the pandemic.
Sam tells us her experience travelling by train as a deaf person during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fiona is one of our Can Do Coordinators. She tells us how the poetry sessions she's been running have helped young disabled people have an outlet during the pandemic.
Amanda Jackson is a Can Do Coordinator from Glasgow. She tells us about why working with her Can Do group has been putting a smile on her face during the pandemic.
Mikaela Campbell is a Can Do Coordinator from Conwy. She tells us how one of her Can Do groups has managed to support their local community during the pandemic.
In the latest episode of the Disability Download, we heard Amelia and Cassie sharing their experiences. Thines Ganeshamoorthy, whose ‘Try it!’ campaign won the NUS Disabled Students’ Campaign of the Year 2015, reacts to their stories.
Grace has a high-level spinal cord injury. She explains the COVID-19 vaccine categories and how she thinks they're leaving disabled people behind.
We know this is a worrying time for everyone and the safety and wellbeing of the people we support, our staff and volunteers, remains our priority.
Alice Atieno Ouma is one beneficiary of the Education for Life project. She is 18 years old and lives with her husband and child in Wakesi village, Muhoroni Sub-County, Kisumu County, Kenya.
In Kenya, we’ve been working to help offer educational pathways to girls aged 10 to 19 who may not have had opportunities to learn. It’s part of our work on the UK Aid funded Girls’ Education Challenge - Leave No Girl Behind programme named Education...