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

8-04-2019

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

26-03-2019

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

19-03-2019

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

28-02-2019

Accessibility on the Menu

When the festive season feels like a distant memory and the dark nights are getting you down, remedy it by being good to yourself!  To celebrate AccessAble’s re-launched online guide to accessibility, we’ve compiled some great accessible restaurant and hotel

31-01-2019

Home is Where the Art is

Hello!  For my first blog of 2019 I’d like to share one of my great loves – art. Picture Perfect I first became interested in art at a young age where I would spend my spare time visiting various galleries including

29-01-2019

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