Additional help is being made available for disabled people who are continuing to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disability Rights UK has called the Football Association’s Football Leadership Diversity Code into question, saying that it misses out Britain’s biggest minority in its recruitment targets.
Although there is a clear need or accessible housing in the UK, it seems that there is a very real shortage in this regard.
A new council development in York in the offing is putting intergenerational living at its heart, with 85 new properties being built.
Thinking about how your needs may change over the years is certainly advisable if you’re keen to stay in your home for as long as you possibly can, living independently.
It’s important that more of our homes and public spaces are designed to help those with dementia enjoy them and live fulfilled lives.
In the 2020 Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak committed to invest £30million to increase access to Changing Places toilets.
The government has announced an extension of the Access to Work scheme, providing extra help for disabled people working from home or in the workplace.
There are plenty of people who want a bathroom that is functional and safe too, not just a wellness retreat.
The ‘COVID Concerns and Precautions Survey’, which ran from 18 June to 19 July, quizzed 450 disabled people on their opinions of the lockdown restrictions
Disabled and vulnerable residents that live in the South Oxfordshire area can now apply for larger grants to make their homes safer.