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Help 14 Year Old Ben with Cerebral Palsy to Become a YouTube Star

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This month’s inspirational story has been written by Ben, a 14 year old boy with Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy from Malvern in Worcestershire. He has recently started his own YouTube channel and would love to be a big YouTube star. I enjoy four-a-side wheelchair football, which I play once a month at Villa Park in Birmingham. I […]

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Playtime for Children with Disabilities

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This post has been written by Special Kids all about the senses that children with disabilities develop during playtime. When you think about childhood, you probably think about the nostalgic memories of days spent playing with dolls, building blocks, and jigsaw puzzles. A magical time where your imagination was able to run riot while you […]

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The Vision System and the Helping Handle Gadgets by Remap

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Ian is an avid football supporter but is very visually impaired due to mitochondrial dysfunction. This means his sight is only good for short range and large, high-contrast, images. Although he visits Anfield to watch Liverpool play, he is unable to see the play. He simply listens to the radio commentary and soaks up the […]

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Remap Volunteers Design and Make Bespoke Equipment for Individuals

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Remap is a charity that helps disabled people achieve greater independence and quality of life. It has a network of skilled volunteers who design and make bespoke equipment for individuals and provide this free of charge. So in any situation where you can’t find the right gadget, contact Remap! Here are a couple of examples […]

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My Journey with Autism from a Teenager to an Adult

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This blog post is written by a young woman named Aspling who shares her journey of life on the autism spectrum.  Let’s be honest here, when you think of autism you generally think about children, with adults being an afterthought. And in terms of support this is the same. There’s so much support for children, […]

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Angela’s Accessibility Training at Manchester Airport with TryB4UFly

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This post has been written by Angela Christian, one of our Occupational Therapists at Disabled Living. Angela took part in some training by Graham Race on Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at Manchester Airport with TryB4UFly. Function Specialist, Ashley Horsfall and Customer Experience, Susan Dean were also present from Manchester Airport. Manchester airport tour Manchester Airport contract […]

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