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10 most popular Disability Horizons articles of all time

Posted on: 03 Apr 2021

As part of Disability Horizons’ 10th birthday celebrations, we want to highlight the amazing work our writers and contributors have done over the years by counting down our 10 most popular Disability Horizons articles of all time. You can also check out the ‘best of the rest, with articles on dating, sex, technology, travel, fitness […]

10 daily solutions to make life easier if you’re disabled

Posted on: 26 Feb 2021

Daily life always comes with a few annoyances, no matter what your situation. But when you’re disabled, it can throw up additional challenges, especially when you don’t have things set up the right way for you. Our editor Lucy, who has cerebral palsy, details 10 ways she’s found to make her life that little bit […]

10 tips to help you keep warm if you have a disability

Posted on: 13 Feb 2021

For some disabled people, winter can be the most difficult time of year due to the bitterly cold weather. It can be hard to keep warm because of mobility issues, whether you’re inside or out, and the cold can have a negative effect on your breathing and muscles. In this article, our editor Stephanie, who […]

Nike launches hands-free shoes inspired by man with cerebral palsy

Posted on: 12 Feb 2021

Nike has launched the GO FlyEase, accessible hands-free shoes that are easy to put on and take off by simply slipping your foot in without bending down to do up laces, zips or straps. The innovative design was inspired by Matthew Walzer, who wrote a letter at aged 16 to Nike asking for an accessible […]

Adaptive clothing solutions: how my daughter inspired me to start a business

Posted on: 18 Jan 2021

Lucy, a mother and business owner living in Northumberland, talks about how her daughter Hester, who had Aicardi Syndrome, inspired her to start her business, Seenin, designing adaptive clothes and accessories for disabled children and adults.  It was born when Lucy’s bib design became popular at Hester’s school and she soon realised she had found […]

How disabled entrepreneur Carina used her experiences to build her own business

Posted on: 14 Dec 2020

Wheelchair user Carina Fordham has Spina Bifida and chronic fatigue syndrome. After years of struggling to be diagnosed, making difficult career choices and studying whilst being ill, she set up her own business selling luxury wheelchair gloves – a product she knew was needed by other wheelchair users. Head to the Disability Horizons Shop to […]

10 luxurious and original accessible Christmas gifts and ideas

Posted on: 03 Dec 2020

Looking for that perfect and stylish gift for your disabled friend or loved one this festive season? Check out these 10 luxurious and original accessible gifts for Christmas available on the Disability Horizons Shop… Don’t forget to also read our first article on fun and practical Christmas gifts for more ideas. Disability Horizons organic cotton […]