Category: Disabled Rights

Debut Novel about Coming to Terms with Dyslexia Earns Multiple Awards for Novelist Mary Avery Kabrich

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 26, 2018 “Once Upon a Time a Sparrow” is a fictional representation of the author’s experiences, as a young girl with reading challenges, and as an adult learning to acc

Source: Debut Novel about Coming to Terms with Dyslexia Earns Multiple Awards for Novelist Mary Avery Kabrich

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‘Heartless’ Tories to remove disability vehicle from ‘utterly immobile’ man with advanced Motor Neurone Disease | Evolve Politics

A severely disabled man, who cannot leave his care home except in a specially adapted van, has been told he no longer qualifies for assistance with mobility and will have to return the vehicle. Andrew Knowlman has motor neurone disease, a progressive and always fatal neurological disorder. He is completely immobile, is fed through a […]

Source: ‘Heartless’ Tories to remove disability vehicle from ‘utterly immobile’ man with advanced Motor Neurone Disease | Evolve Politics

Disability benefit assessors failing to meet Government’s quality standards | The Independent

All three private firms contracted to assess people for disability benefits are failing to meet the Government’ s own quality standards, leading to decisions being made based on inaccurate or incomplete assessments, new research shows.

Source: Disability benefit assessors failing to meet Government’s quality standards | The Independent