After spending many years living in refugee camps, gardening can provide a safe space to establish identity, rebuild lives and attain happiness.
Young people’s educational expectations are highly dependent on those of their parents. Positive expectations could make all the difference.
There is a large gap in our understanding of another cluster of behaviours that form part of an autism diagnosis: restrictive and repetitive behaviours and interests (RRBs).
It was the second time in five months that Sarah Newton has misled MPs in a House of Commons debate about the support provided to disabled people.
The council was putting into practice one of the key principles of the disabled people’s rights movement: Nothing About Us Without Us.
Need to ensure that PIP claimants receiving “the highest level of support get an award duration that is appropriate to the condition and needs arising.
The government will not address the social care funding crisis until the end of next year, despite announcing billions of pounds a year extra for the NHS.
As a result of her “misleading” report, Service User A was found fit for work by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and so ineligible for employment and support allowance (ESA).
Links between DWP’s social security cuts and reforms and the deaths of disabled benefit claimants seen as vulnerable by the department should be looked into.
The case could help other disabled people in accommodation with leisure facilities that are managed by a management company or housing association.