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Hand Detecting Sink!

Many disabled people can find it difficult to wash their hands at public toilets or even at home. Most sinks are too high and even if the disabled person can

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Flagship Changing Place Will Not Be Closed

In a follow up to two articles previously published on Disability United, Accessible Toilet at Risk of Being Flushed Away in Council Cutbacks & Council Silent on At Risk Changing

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I Complained Against Atos and Won

Not so long ago, I received the dreaded brown DWP envelope. Fully expecting yet more bad news, I tore open the envelope ready to rip up the letter and fling

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Council Silent on At Risk Changing Places Unit

As I wrote earlier this year, a pioneering Changing Places toilet was at risk of being flushed away in council cutbacks. Following feedback received as a result of this article,

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Talking ATMs

It’s almost 50 years to the day since Barclays launched the first ATM at their Enfield branch. Half a century later, an estimated 3 million ‘Automated Teller Machines’ are in

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Trapped on the Underground

By Doug Paulley Going Underground? All aboard on Facebook, tweet us @duniteduk, or email our Editor on editor@disabilityunited.co.uk

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Denise Defended Attendance Allowance

The government began to draw up plans to abolish Attendance Allowance for new claimants. Attendance allowance is a benefit payable to people over the age of 65 who have care

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10 Unconventional Things I’d Like the Next Government To Do

When it comes to disabled peoples’ interests in the election, politicians will focus on welfare and social care, but here are a few things I’d like to be considered: Communication

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ESA: A Catalogue of Cancellations

A Yorkshire woman with multiple degenerative conditions has criticised a DWP Work Capability Assessment contractor after they cancelled 4 separate appointments in a row. Delia (whose name has been changed

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Argos Makes Shop Less Accessible

In the last year or so, my local Argos store revamped its shop and became more technology friendly, but it’s a shame it did not consider its disabled customers and