Disability

Disability Summit 18 May 2018, London

An event run by NHS Employers to discuss: national disability policy initiatives; the NHS learning disabilities employment programmes; the Workforce …

Hate crime & disability

A disability hate crime can be defined as anything from online abuse to physical violence in which the individual was …

GIG at Brighton & Hove

The Get Involved Group (GIG) brings together local people in Brighton and Hove to share lived experiences and talk about …

Time to talk day – 1st Feb 2018

Mental health problems affect one in four people and the World Health Organization estimates that depression will become the leading …

World Braille Day, 4 Jan

We celebrate World Braille Day on the 4th of January in honour of Louis Braille, inventor of a reading and …

NHS Accessible Information Standard

The NHS Accessible Information Standard helps to ensure clearer information for disabled people and their carers. All places that provide …

Hate crime and disability

Answers and explanations A disability hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other …

Mental health and support

In the UK, 1 in 4 people experience a mental health problem each year. These can range from anxiety and …

Hate Crime

The Association of Chief Police Officers and the Crown Prosecution Service have agreed a common definition of hate crime: “Any …

(Dis)ability

(Dis) ability information in general and how the Equality Act 2010 is interpreted