Ways travel is becoming more accessible to disabled travelers
London has over 20,000 wheelchair-accessible taxis
How disabled travellers still face discrimination by airlines
When an airline damaged her mobility scooter, Jenny Gumbrell, who has MS, fought in vain for a replacement. And, as we discovered, she’s not alone in losing her ‘lifeline’ when flying
What Airlines Won't Tell You About Preboarding for Disabled Passengers
Airlines regularly deny preboarding to passengers with disabilities, in more ways than you might expect. What constitutes preboarding, according to the DOT.
10 disabled soap characters played by disabled actors
Writer and soap fan Raya rounds up 10 disabled soap characters in the four main soaps - Eastenders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks - that are played by disabled actors and actresses.
Opinion: One northwest town is getting it right for disabled people on public transport
We keep hearing of appalling treatment of passengers by rail, airline and bus companies. I can guarantee that there will be plenty more similar tales before the end of the year
Disabled, athletic, and not trying to inspire anybody
Heroic tales of disabled athletes celebrate the exceptional, and exclude those who are simply trying to compete.
How disabled people trained in factories
An archive of photographs of disabled people being trained for work and independent living have been released.
13 MoneySaving tips for disabled people
With the news that the blue badge parking permit scheme has now been extended to people with 'hidden disabilities', we wanted to round up some other tips for disabled MoneySavers – from knowing your consumer rights and what adjustments firms should make for you, to how to get a free (or cheap) key to accessible toilets or a 'free' cinema ticket for a friend/carer.
Insider accessible travel tips from a disabled traveller
Disabled traveller Wolf has travelled the world, including to Spain, Germany and the USA. Read his insider disabled travel tips from his years of experience to help make your accessible holiday stress-free.
What Disabled Seniors Want and Need: Dignity And Control
For quality of life, disabled seniors want dignity and to be able to handle their own daily care. A model program in San Francisco leads the way.
Independent living: 5 ways to be independent as a disabled person
Are you disabled and wanting to live more independently? Read these five tips, from understanding your disability rights to finding the best disability aids, to help you live independently as a disabled person.
Why Virtual Reality Could Be A Game Changer For The Disabled
Virtual reality could be a boon for disabled gamers.
How accessible are PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo for disabled gamers?
Are you a gamer or considering getting into the gaming world? Last year, we heard from disabled gamer Vivek about the inclusive innovations being made in the gaming world to make
How Games are Changing to Aid Disabled Gamers
For many, gaming is an easy escape from reality, but for less-abled who need it most, it involves a struggle that highlights day-to-day.
Top tips for disabled students heading to university
Disabled and heading to university? Watch AccessAble's video for top tips from disabled student Sassy, such as disabled students allowance, and visit AccessAble's univeristy Detailed Access Guides.
Fernando Ignacio Alvarez's Disabled Travellers Guide
Fernando was a one of a kind person. And for me to describe him as a husband would be quite difficult since he was a combination of many things all rolled into
How tech firms are increasing accessibility for disabled users
Nearly 20 percent of people in the U.S have a disability, according to U.S. Census Bureau data, with more than half of those reporting a “severe” disability. That figure is roughly cons…
7 useful travel tips for disabled adventurers
Nowadays, exploring the world is more of an option than ever before thanks to many affordable travel agencies for disabled people. These companies make traveling both convenient and simple for
4 Ways to Respect the Bodily Integrity of Disabled People
"The notion of consent extends beyond the boundaries of traditional intimacy."
How Negative Societal Attitudes Harm Disabled People
"Disabled people do have a place in society and should be treated like everyone else."