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Striving for the rights, equality and independence of disabled people in Wales. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and JustGiving.
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Disability Wales 1h
A Cardiff man who started a business following his experiences with anxiety and depression won a Dragon's Den deal.
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Disability Wales 2h
Liz Sayce explains four key policy proposals that the UK needs to make work fit for disabled people. Inclusive employment matters.
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Disability Wales 2h
Thank you for sharing! All contributions will help us represent your concerns more effectively.
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Euan's Guide 2h
"Small but very accessible and welcoming fringe theatre." in London has a new access review on Euan's Guide! 🎭
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Disability Wales 3h
Great to see that Sainsbury's supermarket is extending the trial aimed at supporting shoppers with hidden impairments to have a smoother experience. You can pick up a lanyard to indicate that you may need assistance and more stores now offer this.
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Disability Wales 4h
People often don't understand just how severe allergies can be. This is a really sad story to read.
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Monmouthshire 5h
Amazing news the friendship group for people with disabilities has been awarded a Social Care Wales Accolades for Innovative and Creative Solutions!
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Monmouthshire 5h
Gwobr bwysig i brosiect cyfeillgarwch Sir Fynwy! prosiect cyfeillgarwch gan Gyngor Sir Fynwy ar gyfer pobl gydag anableddau, wedi ennill Gwobr Gofal Cymdeithasol Cymru am Ddatrysiadau Arloesol a Chreadigol
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Disability Wales 5h
Increasing casualisation of work has seen a steep increase in in-work poverty and reliance on benefits. The state is effectively subsidising employers who won't pay a proper wage. The impact of this on disabled people needs far more attention.
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Disability Wales 7h
The General Medical Council asks how medicine can promote a culture where disabled students and doctors are truly welcomed and valued.
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Disability Wales 19h
Yes, organisations representing people with learning disabilities have also been involved. The strategy needs to be inclusive of all disabled people who want to work.
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Disability Wales 22h
Wonderful to see this exhibition in the on how the first supported living home was set up in Cardiff in 1974 for adults from Ely Hospital.
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Disability Wales 22h
An emergency toolkit has been produced in Australia to empower disabled people if they are caught up in a natural disaster.
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Disability Wales 23h
Writer Louisa Adjoa Parker explores the intersectionality of race, gender and disability. People have multiple identities and can face complex layers of discrimination and oppression.
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Disability Wales Sep 19
Your local elected representatives (Councillors, Assembly Members & MPs) are there to support you with a range of issues. You can also meet them to raise awareness of issues disabled people face in your area. One MP discusses an issue a constituent raised.
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Disability Wales Sep 19
The mum of a boy with dwarfism comments on the recent outcry over 'dwarf wrestling'. She doesn't want her son to be a source of mocking or 'entertainment' and there are plenty of disabled athletes to look to as good role models.
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Disability Wales Sep 19
A well composed article on why 'freak show midget wrestling' events caused offence and how this has wider implications for people living with dwarfism. Maintaining dignity is important in avoiding social abuse and marginalisation.
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Scope Sep 19
"Captain Hook is just one example of a disability stereotype within the media." has something to say about disability representation on !
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Disability Wales Sep 19
Parking on pavements prevents disabled people from safely accessing the high street as well as other pedestrians such as parents with buggies.
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Research Institute for Disabled Consumers Sep 19
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