The ‘D’ List (See previous ‘D’ Lists), is a look at new and interesting things in the world of disability.  To kick off 2022 we look at the makeshift gadgets disabled people modify to meet their needs, a digital fashion experience producing clothes that fit and wear perfectly and a revolutionary & stylish foldable wheelchair.…

BBS are just one of 76 Awardees Globally for the Zero Project 2022. Announced today on the International Day of People With Disabilities, our Access Gallery Innovation has been recognised as  world class product that enables disabled people to go out , enjoy life without anxiety or the need to make a military plan. An…

Remember this debate well nothing has changed since it was first published in 2012……shocking that in 21st century there are still places quoting this reason for no accessibility or toilets for disabled people. Contact us if you’ve experienced this! We will present to government ………………………………………… April 2, 2012: Having researched disabled facilities at restaurants and…

This is a blog we collaborated on for Centre of Ageing Better………..It explains why a disabled and ageing market  should be top of the sales/buying agenda for retailers: Throughout history, disabilities have been stigmatised. A lack of understanding and awareness has meant that disabled people have been treated differently or discriminated against which can have…

March Madness free online festival featuring some of the most innovative disabled and non-disabled artists March Madness is a free to attend music festival taking place this Spring Equinox on the 20th March 2021. The online festival will feature an array of disabled and non-disabled music artists, thought leaders, comedians and poets. It’s free so…

How to make your venue more accessible (and why you should) Is your venue accessible to disabled customers? Here are the steps to improve accessibility so you can welcome in everyone In these testing Covid-19 times, can you afford to miss out on business from ‘Purple Pound’ – disabled – customers? Fiona Jarvis, co-founder of…

‘Wheelchair Accessible’ means nothing to someone who has loss of hearing or sight, or cognitive issues – it also prompts questions from wheelchair users as a manual wheelchair is very different to a motorised version. So what is the best way to show access information? How easy is it to create access for all? Here…