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By: Daniella Jade Lowe Housing and assisted living can be quite scarce for people with disabilities. Most times people with disabilities live with family where they rely on parents for support. While living with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus, I’ve had the privilege of living in two separate countries, which means I’ve had two separate homes. […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe Danny was a young Para-Superhero. Nobody had seen or even heard of a neurodiverse superhero. He had an adaptive costume for all occasions. His wheelchair was faster than the speed of lightning. Being born as a Para-Superhero, made Danny quite the ‘oddball.’ He was birthmarked to defy genetic dispositions. He demanded […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe In this article, my friend and I are going to share our experiences in dealing with both mental and physical disability in the school. Dealing with physical disability in my life has been interesting and quite a learning experience for my family and I. My educational career has been interesting because […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe What is Disability? Over the years, classifying and defining disability has become quite tedious. There are various examples to describe disability. Disability is seen as a ‘social construct.’ It is the idea that society and its’ institutions have the authority to construct disability around social expectations. In medieval times, disability was […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe Disabled shoppers now have equality in business called the ‘Purple Pound’. The Purple Pound represents the spending power of the disabled household. A disabled household is a household in which at least one of the members has a disability. The Purple Pound here in England is equivalent to the Black Dollar […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe The Legacy International Group has launched The Purple Vote Campaign. This group was started by Sara Flay and Leighton Morris who lead a team of 15 people with various disabilities. The Purple Vote Campaign was launched in February. This campaign was created to raise awareness about what concerns disabled people and […]

By: Daniella Jade Lowe Access consultants provide professional advice on how to develop inclusive environments in accordance with the Equality Act 2010. They help to reinforce this law. Wheelchair accessibility and mobility issues are just some of the problems that access consultants look at and try to solve. Businesses are required by the Equality Act […]