April 2017: A change in the law (Equality Act 2010) brings three key new protections to disabled people in England and Wales.  This means that taxi and private hire vehicle drivers will be obliged by law to: Transport wheelchair users in their wheelchair Provide passengers in wheelchairs with appropriate assistance; and Charge wheelchair users the…

In our third year, Blue Badge Style MIX raises funds to support musicians with disabilities at the Royal Academy of Music. This inclusive concert will be held in a ‘pop up’ location in Islington, Charlie Allen Bespoke, and will raise further funds for the 2017/18 academic year.   It will be the event where ‘Fashion Meets Food Meets Music’- fashion…

We’ve been on the scout again and have more in our series of ‘Ludicrous (disabled) Loos‘ and ‘Ridiculous Ramps‘………….If being disabled wasn’t bad enough, look what you have to put up with. Say no more other than ‘Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be’!! If you have any to add please contact us. Which is your favourite??

In our search for things to do we came across the Graeae Theatre Company that ‘is a force for change in world-class theatre – breaking down barriers, challenging preconceptions and boldly placing Deaf and disabled artists centre stage.’ They famously performed at the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony and are a touring theatre company. Their productions…

The ‘D’ List features new things in the world of disability and here’s our latest round up. 1st The WHEEL PAD a new concept in accessible homes. It’s a temporary home that accommodates a family member that needs extra support due to a sudden disability. It’s a temporary bedroom and bathroom that can be attached to…

1 2 3 125