24 May 2018:
Disabled people face ‘hidden crisis’ in accessible housing
23 May 2018:
Health and Social Care Committee report: The Government’s Green Paper on mental health: failing a generation
17 May 2018:
Feel the beat: deaf fans fight for access to live music
16 May 2018:
Sharp rise under-11s referred for mental health help
16 May 2018:
EHRC appoints eight disabled people to advisory committee
People with arthritis are unable to cross roads quickly enough because the green man light on pedestrian crossings is too fast, according to researchers.
Amazon has been described as "irresponsible" for selling a hoodie that describes anorexia as "like bulimia, except with self control".
Universal credit has proved controversial almost from the beginning, with reports of IT issues, massive overspends and administrative problems.
Two in five babies exposed to Epilim, Episenta and Epiva (the brand names for sodium valproate) will go on to have learning disabilities, but two third of parents are unaware of the link.
The assessment process for the government’s new personal independence payment (PIP) disability benefit is “distressing, inconsistent and not fit for purpose”, according to the results of an inquiry by a panel of local councillors.
A quarter of girls and nearly one in 10 boys show signs of depression at the age of 14, say UK researchers.
Schizophrenia does not mean you have a split personality or automatically become violent, a mental health charity has warned.
Activists are hoping that a national disabled people’s “summit” will bring disabled people, their organisations and unions together to fight back against the repeated attacks on their right to independent living.
Half of parents of disabled children forced to reduce working hours due to 'unlawful' cuts to school transport
Nearly half of parents with disabled children have been forced to reduce their working hours or give up work completely in order to assist their child in getting to school, as many are wrongly refused local authority support, new findings show.
Care providers for people with learning disabilities are facing a £400m bill for back pay that could bankrupt the entire sector, the charity Royal Mencap Society has warned.