Third Sector Evolution Disabled Rights Since First World War

    Much of the mass public awareness of the problems faced by disabled people and resulting demands for structured support emerged at the end of the first world war. According to Historic England, over two million British soldiers, sailors and airmen were left permanently disabled — and a perceived lack of state support led to organisations […]

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    Home and Away – Planning a Trip for Disabled Fans

    Football’s the world’s most popular sport by far — a 2018 Nielsen report confirmed that more than four out of 10 people consider themselves football fans. So it’s natural that a significant proportion of those who love the beautiful game are coping with disabilities. Progress on accessibility is still too slow for some observers — […]

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    Ways to Improve Access to your Residential Property

    The impetus for making a property more user-friendly for people with sensory impairments or mobility issues stems from various sources. If you’re a little older and struggling to get around swiftly, tweaking your physical environment allows you to enjoy your family home for longer — and might be cheaper than selling, prior to finding a […]

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