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- Disability Benefits – what help is available?
- Analysis of gender differences in HRV of patients with M/CFS using mobile-health technology
- £5m for post-viral long COVID. £0 for post-viral ME/CFS!
- Systematic review of sleep characteristics in ME/CFS
Tag Archives: disabled
BBC news article, 4 April 2017: Inconsistent’ services for disabled taxi passengers Taxi services for disabled people are “mixed” and “inconsistent”, according to an advisor to the Welsh Local Government Association. John Forsey said consistent disability training should be offered … Continue reading
Disability news service blog post, by John Pring on August 18, 2016: Bus companies ‘using loopholes’ to evade access laws Public transport providers and local authorities are using loopholes in legislation to avoid their legal obligations to ensure that buses … Continue reading
Independent Living blog post, 2 Aug 2016: Airport experiences of disabled passengers Study headed by Kay Allen, OBE recommends more collaboration between airlines, airports and service providers A new report based on the experiences of 543 passengers has recommended more … Continue reading
Self-employed? Disabled? Disability Rights UK wants to interview you, 03 June 2016 They are looking for someone who has chosen self-employment as a means of more successfully accommodating their disability than employment. They are interested in capturing the difficulties you encountered in employment … Continue reading
Disability Wales news report: Radio station aims to give voice to disabled people, 9 May 2016 An internet radio station produced by and for people with disabilities is celebrating 10 years of broadcasting. Able Radio started life as an in-house production … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK reports on 5 May 2016 that: Benefit cap hurts disabled people and carers The latest benefit cap figures show effect on disabled people and carers. View DWP statistics At February 2016, of those capped households: 14 % … Continue reading
Disability news service article, by John Pring, 28 April 2016: Hundreds of thousands of disabled people in ‘destitution’, research suggests Hundreds of thousands of disabled people are living in destitution, the first piece of research to look at extreme poverty … Continue reading
Disability Rights UK article, 4 April 2016: Disability employment gap inquiry launched The Work and Pensions Committee launches an inquiry into the Government’s commitment to halve the “disability employment gap” – the difference in employment rates between disabled and non-disabled … Continue reading