There are a small number of questions that blind people seem to get asked regularly. But here are five lesser-known things about blindness from those who know.
Sophie Stone was the first deaf person to study at Rada. Ten years on she is the lead in a new touring play.
The autobiographical dance show designed to tell a hearing audience about deafness.
September's show features a blogger who swapped medication for a plant-based diet and how social media can help people with mental health issues.
The chronically ill blogger who is healing herself through food and capturing it all on Instagram.
Disabled people's voices are often missing from mainstream history. But texts reveal that a group of forgotten blind activists fought for inclusive education during Victorian times.
Boris Johnson has announced a £75m fund to install lifts at London Underground stations over the next 10 years. But how do you update a Victorian underground railway system?
A personal take on etiquette, being at "bum height", and other things wheelchair users care about.
We have a balloon on our ceiling. Careless housekeeping, you might ask. But no. it's not that. It's a puck in our version of hockey here at our place.You see we bought a couple of balloons over a month ago at the dollar store and amazingly one still has 'float' power. Show More Summary
The importance of mental wellbeing has gained significant support in recent times. But does it protect against mental illness?
Why two US women are designing special clothing for people with Down's syndrome.
Parents are often left with empty nest syndrome when their children leave home. But is it worse for parents of children with learning disabilities?
The Apprentice is back for its 10th series but why has there never been a visibly disabled candidate in the programme?
Three disabled people in their 20s on life after university.
BBC Ouch follows a deafblind student over her first month at university to see how she has settled in.
As part of BBC Ouch's series on disabled students, graduates give their tips to future students.
BBC Ouch follows Fran Smith as she prepares for university, despite recent spinal surgery.
(A white unicorn with a rainbow shooting out it's mouth stands before the slogan: It Gets... Different) I had the kind of typical high school experience of those picked last for the team. I remember those days vividly, if not often.Show More Summary
BBC Ouch catches up with two disabled graduates to find out what they have been doing since leaving university.
Are new changes to the Access to Work scheme hurting deaf people in particular?