Accessibility on the Beat

For many people looking to start their career, joining the police can be an attractive option, offering an exciting and challenging path.  Ollie Rees is one such recruit.  What sets him apart however, is that Ollie is one of several


Finding a Voice for Dementia

Recently there has been a growing amount of evidence for the health benefits of music, especially for those living with dementia.  Now, a famous face is joining the crusade in a new documentary hitting our screens this week.  Actress Vicky


Accessing Employment For All

A recent statistic revealed that 22% of employers will still not hire disabled employees.  Mark Esho is an entrepreneur, author and recipient of the first National Diversity Award for Business Excellence.  He is also a wheelchair user after contracting Polio as


An Inclusive Act

Actress Sarah Gordy recently lit up our television screens as Sally Harper on the acclaimed television series, Call the Midwife.  Her acting career has steadily been going from strength to strength and last year she was awarded an MBE for


A Special Kind Of Game

Abu Dhabi is currently hosting the Special Olympics, running this year from 14th – 21st March.  Here’s the lowdown of everything you should know about this inclusive sporting spectacular. What Is It All About? The Special Olympics is a series


Representation For All

When Andrew Gurza was surfing the internet recently, he noticed something disheartening:  the lack of representation of disabled people being shown as desirable.  Andrew decided to take matters into his own hands.  Now the hashtag he started, #DisabledPeopleAreHot, has taken


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