Alex Huth, who is visually impaired, is an expat who moved to Japan from the US. She tells us about the obstacles she has faced, the amazing experiences she has
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After thinking she might never travel outside of her home country of America, wheelchair user Shannon tells us about her extraordinary travels around the world. Read on to find out what
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It may not quite be December yet, but we can’t help but start thinking about Christmas. And so, with the party season just around the corner, we’ve asked our fashion
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Tourism is for Everybody is a campaign aimed at encouraging individuals, businesses and policy makers to work together to deliver a warmer welcome for ALL visitors, no matter what their
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The Rio 2016 Paralympics may be well and truly over (sad face!), but we certainly haven’t forgotten about it and the epic Paralympic athletes that took part. So, to keep
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Disability Horizons Co-founder Martyn Sibley announces new online resource Disability Academy. It’s your one-stop-shop for comprehensive information covering everything from travel to employment. Read on to find out what benefits it can
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Anthony Wright overcame countless obstacles after having a brain tumour, and is now trying to help others find their path to recovery through writing and public speaking. Please tell Disability
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