Disability Horizons News Roundup: 9th – 13th September 2019

This weeks DH news headlines are record number of people have been applying for Access to Work, new website launched for people with sight loss and Vodafone partner with Mencap to create new technology solutions for people with learning disabilities. Disability Horizons News Roundup: 9th – 13th September 2019 New figures show an increase in… Continue reading Disability Horizons News Roundup: 9th – 13th September 2019

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ESA – Extremely Stupid Assessment

This week I had to attend a face-to-face meeting to review my eligibility for Employment Support Allowance (ESA). Basically they just wanted to check I’m still too disabled to work- despite the fact I’ve has ESA for the past 7-9 years. Although I would like to be in full-time work, securing employment with my level… Continue reading ESA – Extremely Stupid Assessment

How AccessAble is helping wheelchair users with sight loss find their freedom | AccessAble

For many disabled people, we have multiple impairments that need various accessibility requirements. In my case, I’m a full-time wheelchair user and registered blind. Therefore, not only do I need wheelchair access to places but also audio description and audio format information. Due to my complex needs, I cannot use a white cane or guide… Continue reading How AccessAble is helping wheelchair users with sight loss find their freedom | AccessAble