DG Writer Kerry Barr considers the issues surrounding how society views disability, using our very own Dancing Giraffe as an example...
The Wellcome Trust has announced the winner of its notable Book Prize award.
The successful author, Thomas Wright, was award the amount of
When thirty-nine year old Kate Allatt wakes up in hospital after spending three days in a coma following a massive brainstem stroke, she realises
Inspired by his son, Frank Lambert from Newcastle has created a schoolboy hero with a difference: he uses a wheelchair.
This autobiographical book tells the true and incredible story of Paralympic athlete and sporting ambassador Anne Wafula Strike, a Kenyan who was
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is hosting a three day literary pop-up Wonderland event on the River Thames, near
New Disability Horizons contributor Frank Lambert tells the online magazine how he was
Alexandra Strick talks to Disability Horizons about her work to make
I am not here to secure your pity or your compassion.
I am here to show you that because of disability I am here, because of the