Read the article at the link below: https://www.specialneedsjungle.com/disability-history-month-2023-focusing-disability-childhood-youth-inclusion-backwards/
First person account by Maresa McKeith describing her experience in education as a non-verbal person.
Richard Rieser worked with the Anti-Bullying Alliance to develop materials to help challenge disablist bullying in schools.
Read Nadia Clarke’s reaction to when she heard her local council were requiring her to contribute to her care package, and then think of ways to help with her situation.
A playlist of the individual contributions (without sign language interpretation) is available here:
Former bookmaker Mo Charge discusses his life in horse racing and gives his views on how the sport caters for people with disabilities.
In this newsletter I have collected ideas in literature and art that helped me to understand its effects on me over the years before I had a name for it. I’m also including anecdotes and illustrations from people who suffer from it, and a visual soundscape I made to describe how it feels.
Interviews with Katy Farrell on epilepsy, Yasmin Omar on being a teacher with MS, visually impaired barrister Christina Warner and Emma Charters on dyslexia.
Gill Crawshaw has created an illustrated essay which tells a story of disabled women and textiles.
Get Your MP to sign! https://edm.parliament.uk/early-day-motion/59089 EDM (Early Day Motion) 607: tabled on 01 November 2021 Tabled in the 2021-22 session. Motion text That this House recognises 18 November to 18 December is Disability History Month which is now in its…