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Jon Quinn's picture

Happy New Year! 2018 promises to be an exciting year.
In the coming weeks we will be refreshing our brand. This will see us introduce a new working name for the charity: The Research Institute for Disabled Consumers. This will help make it clearer as to what we do and who we help.

By: Jon Quinn
Isabelle Clement's picture

My charity, Wheels for Wellbeing, which supports disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy cycling, is 10 years old, and to celebrate we are holding our first ever national conference.

By: Isabelle Clement
Niall El-Assaad's picture

Niall has spent decades working on tech solutions to business problems. After becoming disabled, he is looking at using tech to solve daily access and inclusion issues. Here he explains his first product, fuelService, a free app which helps you to get assistance refuelling your car.

By: Niall El-Assaad
David Roberts's picture

I live north of Cardiff and have used mobility scooters for nine years. My local station is being fitted with a ramp from the road which will be ready soon - only three and a half years later than expected. However, I've a question about Class 2 and Class 3 scooters.

By: David Roberts