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Actress shows the ‘lighter side’ of disability - with chocolate

An actress is showing ‘the lighter side’ of disability by appearing in a major TV advert campaign during the Paralympics.

India: 26.8 million people with disabilities

About one billion people worldwide and 27 million people in India have disabilities reports the Max Planck Institute.

Disability in the workplace: meet four people who have risen to the challenge

What is it like to have a disability and work in the advertising and marketing industries? Four individuals share their experiences with Campaign.

Mars ’embraces diversity’ with campaign aimed at overcoming disability taboos

Mars Chocolate UK is launching a series of adverts for its Maltesers brand that champion diversity and disability after winning Channel 4’s £1m Superhumans Wanted competition, as it looks to break down the taboo surrounding disability reports Marketing Week.

Malcolm Shipton named Dysphagia Chef of the Year 2016

Malcolm Shipton, a chef at Wren Hall Nursing Home in Nottinghamshire, has been crowned Dysphagia Chef of the Year 2016 reports The Caterer.

Life with a disability in Britain 'has not improved since the London Paralympics'

The majority of disabled people polled said there has been no change in the way others treat them reports BT.

Hotels for the blind threatened with closure

Three hotels that have been transformed to welcome blind guests are under threat of closure reports The Caterer.

Potential Paralympic star forced to pull out due to cuts in disability support

An up and coming wheelchair basketball player and a university student are among many disabled people whose life chances have been hit reports The Guardian

Tube 'Please offer me a seat' badges for hidden disabilities

People with hidden health conditions are being offered "Please offer me a seat" badges in a bid to help ease their suffering on London transport reports BBC News.

What it feels like to have an ‘invisible’ disability

Living with an ‘invisible’ disability is not easy, especially when it comes to using disabled facilities reports Metro.