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Would it be better if we used an acronym instead of 'disabled' if it works well for other minorities?
Mat Fraser and Liz Carr on the best way to 'access' food if you're disabled - archive from Nov 2010
Something that on the face of it sounds unworkable might just have some merit
The extra risks of being a disabled mum, and the sometimes offensiveness of sign names.
What happens when your child starts to question or be embarrassed by your disability? The Ouch team discuss.
The Ouch team plays a game of 1980s dilemmas
How London commuters reacted to a disabled toy
Kids, crackers and is it it OK to be given a disability related prezzie?
The Ouch podcast team discuss the ins and outs of white cane usage at school.
Some of the pitfalls of travelling on trains when you can't see
How the Disability Discrimination Act was born, living with a secret disease and in interview with the Minister for Disabled People.
From straight-jackets to wheelchair Death Stars, what is OK and not OK?
The latest podcast from Ouch asks how blind people experience emojis.
The latest podcast from Ouch looks at a much-shared photo hug
The latest edition of the long-running talk show about disabled life.
After campaigning for disabled toys to be made, Rebecca Atkinson decided the word 'disabled' might also need looking at.
Ali has travelled from Syria to the migrant camp in Calais, but is afraid his disabilities will make it impossible to get to the UK.
Footage of John Lennon mocking people with learning disabilities has caused a stir online, was it offensive or just of its time?
Alex Lewis believes his rehabilitation is being hampered by the need for prosthetics unavailable to him.
Trevor Thomas lost his sight 10 years ago - since then has hiked thousands of miles.