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Yahye Siyad talks us through his experiences in the sporting world, the professional world, and the world of couch surfing.
Gemma Hope, our Director of Policy, examines what recent political developments will mean for disabled people, including this week’s Budget and the Health and Disability White Paper.
In 2011 Brianna Paauwe, who lives in the US, became paralysed after a car accident. Brianna shares her story of navigating life with a disability and how her experience helps others.
Hannah was one of our Change 100 interns in 2022. She tells us about her experience interning at the e-commerce retail group, The Hut Group (THG).
In this episode we spoke to Jane about how technology will empower her life: despite losing the power of speech, she can store her voice digitally – a process known as voice banking. So Jane will still be able to say what she wants in her words.
Jessica is the founder of Making the Invisible Visible. She tells us about what inspired her to set up her campaign and why she's working to raise awareness and help others accept changes in their lives or to their bodies.
Ollie Thorn from PageGroup discusses why businesses need to stop overlooking disability.
We chat to visually impaired actor and theatre maker Alice Christina-Corrigan about how creative captions can be used to make theatre more accessible and some of the cool things she’s seen on stage over the course of her career.
Sam, a communications worker, was diagnosed with ADHD at 30. He speaks about how he uses ADHD memes to express himself.
Joshua, Charlie and Arthur to talk about the importance of accessibility and inclusion in LGBTQ+ spaces. Charlie shares his experiences in Manchester and Arthur talks about what he's seen in Edinburgh. So who's doing it right, and who needs to...