Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm have been working hard behind the scenes to make the zoo accessible for all, with a Changing Places toilet recently installed.
A new development in the village of Halfway in Lanarkshire has seen 18 new homes being built on the site of an old filling station.
An historical property is to be given a new lease of life by being renovated as flats designed for over-55s to live in.
The UK’s hospitality industry has been called upon to make improvements where accessibility standards are concerned.
Swale council in Kent is displaying new public toilet signs to tackle the misunderstanding around invisible disabilities.
The government has announced that £30 million in funding will be made available to install Changing Places toilets in existing buildings around England.
A ten-year-old girl with cerebral palsy has successfully raised nearly £5,000 for a disabled children’s charity by doing a five-mile sponsored walk.
|The government has confirmed that those who are on a GP register for learning disabilities will be prioritised for a covid-19 vaccination.
Research has revealed that two out of three of the Scottish city’s public toilets are wheelchair friendly, putting it at the top of the list.
Just 9% of homes in England currently provide basic accessibility features – and analysis of 324 English local plans for the next decade shows that this looks unlikely to improve.
Film producer Ken Ross, renowned for the likes of My Feral Heart and Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were Rabbit, has issued a call for more disabled people to appear on TV and film screens worldwide.
If you’re looking to develop your skills in the near future, you might find the Leonard Cheshire Can Do programme of particular interest.