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Will Norman

‘Your open-mindedness is all we ask': Will Norman, 35, is a graduate in English, with a Masters degree in Philosoph...


The Disability Rights Movement

The voices of those with disabilities went unheard for centuries. Many were institutionalised, and only 50 years or...


Understanding learning disabilities

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In focus: Interventions and aids

Having the right help can prevent a disability from dictating the way a person lives their life – it can literally ...


‘Second skin' offers hope

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Amputations and diabetes

Up to 80% of diabetes-related amputations could be prevented. And yet there has been a lack of improvement in rates...


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