Disability Accessibility

More Than Half Of Disabled Passengers Still Find Air Travel Difficult, Says Regulator

Air Travel

    By John Pring in Disability News Service.   More than half of passengers who describe themselves as having an impairment that limits their day-today activity find travelling by air difficult, according to a regulator’s annual report on access at the UK’s major airports. The Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) annual report on disability access contains […]

My Disabilities Are Invisible. I Shouldn’t Have To Prove Them To Strangers

Invisible Illness

  By Isabelle Jani-Friend in The Guardian.   I was recently on a packed Central line train into London. Luckily, I managed to take the last priority disabled seat. My osteoporosis and the fatigue I experience meant it would be hard for me to stand for the 40-minute journey to Oxford Circus. I felt a […]

Ten Top Tips For Accessible Recruitment

Accessibility

    By  Jo Verrent in Unlimited.   Unlimited, in its current form, has been recruiting for disabled trainees since 2013. What have we learnt about accessible recruitment? Jo Verrent, Senior Producer for Unlimited, gives us her top ten tips… Target where you advertise – find out where disabled people might be, and go out of your […]

How To Book Access Theatre Tickets – Seats For Disabled Patrons

Life of Pippa

    From the Life of Pippa Blog.   Ever since I started theatre blogging and my chronic illness-friendly reviews, I’ve had messages asking about how I book my access tickets and ensure my needs are met. It’s one of those things that I’ve been doing for so long now that it’s become second nature, so […]

More Than Half Of Disabled Passengers Still Find Air Travel Difficult, Says Regulator

Disability

    By John Pring in Disability News Service.   More than half of passengers who describe themselves as having an impairment that limits their day-today activity find travelling by air difficult, according to a regulator’s annual report on access at the UK’s major airports. The Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) annual report on disability access contains […]

One North-West Town Is Getting It Right For Disabled People On Public Transport – So Why Can’t The Rest Of Britain ?

Accessibility

  By James Moore in The Independent.   When you’re disabled the phrase “back to earth with a bump” is all too familiar. On Thursday I wrote about what I’d describe as a rare win: the Greater London Authority sent a motion to London mayor Sadiq Khan following my humiliating experience on the tube (I was […]

Disabled TV Presenter Abandoned For 45 Minutes On British Airways Flight Forced To Slide Headsets Down Aisles To Get Cabin Crew’s Attention

Disability

  By Sophie Morgan in The Independent.   Television presenter Sophie Morgan is calling on airlines to offer concessions for disabled travellers after she was left without means of moving “short of dragging herself along the floor” on a British Airways flight. Ms Morgan, who was paralysed in a car crash when she was 18 and uses a wheelchair, […]

How Online Actions Make The Real World More Accessible

Euan's Guide

  Written by Euan MacDonald MBE, Co-founder, Euan’s Guide.   Everyone knows that technology is making our lives easier – from the mobile phones in our pockets, the handy birthday reminders from a certain social network, to the lifesaving data records held by hospitals. However, something that might not be so obvious to businesses is […]

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