The Welsh Implementation Plan is out for consultation, open until 23 May 2014.
The Spinal Injuries Association has commissioned a review of its services and Mary-Anne Rankin is one of the independent consultants carrying out the review. She is keen to engage with people with spinal injuries of all ages, from all walks of life, with all types of spinal injury, and people living in urban as well as remote areas.
New jobseekers in Shotton began claiming Universal Credit from 7 April 2014. Shotton is the 10th site to accept Universal Credit claims and the first in Wales.
Transport ministers look set to drop two more rail access improvement schemes, only days after admitting they had slashed spending on their main programme by nearly 30 per cent.
A report – backed by evidence from more than 1,200 sick and disabled people – tells politicians this week why the system of supporting out-of-work disabled people must be replaced.
Labour’s shadow minister for disabled people has suggested her party will replace the work capability assessment (WCA) if it wins power at the next election, after a report by disabled campaigners called for the “toxic” test to be scrapped.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has admitted it is helping equality experts devise a way to assess the overall impact of spending cuts on disabled people, even though ministers have repeatedly claimed such a project is impossible.
Users of the Independent Living Fund (ILF) have launched a fresh legal bid to halt its closure, Disability News Service can reveal.
Help us light up the night for people affected by sight loss in Wales by joining in with our Glow Neon Fun Run on the 17 May 2014.
LDW are looking for a skilled Accessible Information Officer to join their successful Easy Read service.