Team Brit, a racing team made up of disabled drivers, has launched a new racing academy to help disabled drivers race professionally. I went along to the event as Disability Horizons reporter – read my full article and watch my interviews with some of the disabled racing drivers. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2019/03/team-brit-and-nicolas-hamilton-launch-the-uks-first-racing-academy-for-disabled-drivers/ Like Rock For… Continue reading Team BRIT and Nicolas Hamilton launch racing academy for disabled drivers
Every disabled person knows having a disability comes with its challenges; accessing public transport, accessing shops and restaurants, receiving support in education, securing employment, making friendships and relationships plus much more. For me, the most frustrating thing is relying on other people for assistance. I require 24 hour care which supports me with personal care,… Continue reading Can I have assistance please?
It was reported earlier this week that the blue badge scheme will be expanding by giving them to people with hidden disabilities in England. A blue badge is a parking permit that allows people with physical disabilities to park their vehicles in disabled parking bays and double yellow lines. The scheme was introduced in 1970… Continue reading Should Blue Badges be given to people with hidden disabilities?