Disability Related News and Media
The news and media information sites and services being highlighted in this area of ABLEize are mainly of interest to the disabled person, family member or carer but also include product related articles that may be of interest to manufacturers and suppliers and these can be found by browsing through the sites and categories shown below. The typical news and media related sites include disability articles published on the Internet or in print as well as other journals, newspapers, disability and mobility magazines and publications.
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Providing up to the minute news on all issues relating to disability in the UK. View the latest stories, benefit news and campaigns.
Provides banking information for those with learning disabilities including information about computer settings accessible services and a dedicated freephone helpline to assist with visual, hearing and mobility impaired user.
An online information site and magazine for the deaf and those with hearing impairments.
News from the Guardian newspaper offering top stories, video clips and online articles relating to disability in the UK.
An online magazine for the blind and visually impaired. Details of audio dispatches by post and ways to listen.
A popular publication used extensively by disabled people highlighting more than 100 inspirational and accessible places. Purchase the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain through this official website.
The popular magazine from the BBC that addresses and assists with deaf and hearing impaired issues and programmes.
British Wireless for the Blind Fund offers free radios on loan help improve the daily lives of visually impaired people, who are unable to afford a specially adapted radio. View the programme details and how to apply.