A Crawley teenager, who has severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy following a brain injury at birth, has won a substantial payout from the NHS, due to the errors that took place during her delivery.
A young girl living with cerebral palsy who has always dreamed of being a model has been hand-picked for a River Island advertising campaign. Emily Shilton, Lancashire, was diagnosed with the increasingly common condition as a one-year-old and has lived…
High Street retailer, Marks & Spencer, has come in for criticism after it launched a clothing line aimed at children living with disabilities, despite having no changing rooms or toilets suitable for the severely disabled.
A father who is determined to help his son “live life to the max” has been taking part in a number of difficult fundraising challenges in his efforts to raise money for research into Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). Alexis Ellison,…
Twelve-year old Joseph Hale from Cleethorpes was last year’s star of an advertising campaign for fashion retailer, River Island. What made Joseph’s achievement all the more remarkable was the fact he is diagnosed with dyspraxia, Down’s syndrome and global development…
An abseiling challenge in Sheffield which attracted participants from all across Yorkshire has managed to raise thousands of pounds for a prominent muscular dystrophy charity.
A schoolgirl, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 14 months and left unable to walk or feed herself, is hoping to realise her dream of leading Crystal Palace’s football team onto the field.
A young football fan living with cerebral palsy is celebrating this week, having been hand-picked by the Football Association (FA) to embark on a ‘disability performance pathway’ programme.
Around a thousand letters have been mailed to 10 Downing Street in a new campaign calling on the Government to provide a life-changing drug for people living with cystic fibrosis.
Rail bosses at Southern Rail’s parent group, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), have been accused of “insulting” disabled passengers by ordering staff not to help people with reduced mobility if it will delay the train.