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  • Do You Know It's Disability Pride Month?

    Do You Know It's Disability Pride Month?

    We are part way through Disability Pride Month, an international event that in Britain seems to have escaped many people, including disabled people’s, attention although #Disability Pride is gaining momentum on social media. We’ve joined the conversation with regular #DisabilityPrideMonth messages on Twitter. Happy Disability Pride month everyone.

  • Change Needed in Media Portrayal of Disabled People

    Calls are being made for change as disabled people say they don’t feel they are well represented in either broadcast or printed media. Essentialaids.com have created a colourful, thought-provoking campaign that helps represent disabled people and their mobility products in a fresh, exciting way. The campaign is hopefully helping to get others to rethink how disabled people are portrayed – or sometimes just being plain ignored.

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