Liz Johnson on her Paralympic swimming career and being a disabled entrepreneur

Liz Johnson is a former British Paralympic swimmer and disabiled entrepreneur. The 34-year-old, who has cerebral palsy, has competed in three Paralympic Games, the World Championships and European Championships, winning multiple golds for Team GB. In 2018, Liz started up the social enterprise, The Ability People, which advises employers on how to create an inclusive workforce that includes disabled people.

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Strictly Wheels on World Championships and inspiring disabled people to dance | Disability Horizons

Strictly Wheels competed in the Para-dance sport World Championships in Germany. We speak to the dance couple Paula Moulton and Gary Lyness about their recent success and upcoming events.

Blind Paralympian Libby Clegg MBE joins Guide Dogs in new podcast

New podcast series by Guide Dogs, I See What You’re Saying, sees celebrities – including blind Paralympian Libby Clegg MBE – talk about everyday challenges faced by blind and visually impaired people. — Read on disabilityhorizons.com/2019/06/blind-paralympian-libby-clegg-mbe-joins-guide-dogs-in-new-podcast-series/ Like Rock For Disability on Facebook, follow me on Twitter @P94Emma, follow me on Pinterest or use the Contact Form.