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This Model With A Rare Genetic Disorder Is Taking The Fashion World By Storm

The Huffington Post | Susan Devaney | Posted 06.06.2017 | UK Style

Melanie Gaydos, a model with a rare genetic disorder is breaking down barriers in the world of fashion. Born with the genetic disorder Ectodermal Dys...

Why The Government Must Use Apprenticeship Levy To Halve The Disability Employment Gap

Kirsty McHugh | Posted 13.03.2017 | UK
Kirsty McHugh

As National Apprenticeship Week draws to a close it's a good opportunity to reflect not only on the great existing work in the employment support and ...

Phil Neville's Daughter, Who Has Cerebral Palsy, Achieves Dream Of Becoming A Model

The Huffington Post | Rosy Cherrington | Posted 24.01.2017 | UK Style

The daughter of former Manchester United and England footballer Phil Neville has been signed by a commercial modelling agency. Izzy Neville, 13, has b...

2017 Needs To Be The Year Major Improvements Are Made For People With A Learning Disability

Ismail Kaji | Posted 13.01.2017 | UK
Ismail Kaji

There is a big opportunity with employment. As someone with a learning disability, I know the struggles of finding work. Employers rarely seem to see past learning disability on your application, and employers are not confident enough to employ people with a learning disability.

It's Not Just Paralympian Athletes Who Have To Pee Themselves

Laura Moore | Posted 11.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Moore

I am one of the people who didn't find that news shocking at all. In fact, in an odd way I was pleased that it had happened to someone in the public eye, someone who was brave enough to come forward and tell the media about it so that finally our voices have a chance of being heard.

I Was Called The R Word Hours After Arriving At My First Music Festival

Kelsey Ramsey | Posted 10.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kelsey Ramsey

When I am at a gig or a club sometimes people make fun of me, they laugh at me when I am dancing or they call me names and stare. I get anxious about this happening. I've been bullied before, and I don't want it to happen to me again. I feared this would be even worse at a festival.

Why Throw Sympathy Out Of Windows When Disabled People Act 'Normal?'

Sarah Ismail | Posted 09.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Ismail

I wonder what that reader found surprising about those two short, funny sentences. Was it that Penny Pepper, as a person, has misused disabled toilets? Was it that Penny Pepper, as a disabled person herself, has misused disabled toilets? Or - and this would be worse, in my opinion- was it that Penny Pepper, as a disabled person, has ever had 'a shag' at all?