My experience with the Leeds disability service has been a pleasant albeit brief, and slightly problematic encounter. I filled in my name, crossed the T’s, dotted the I’s and ran over the nature of my […]
Dyslexia can impact someone’s everyday life and sometimes having some extra support from family and friends may be necessary. So inform yourself on how you can be a supportive friend to someone with dyslexia.
Mattel has finally introduced a new disabled Barbie doll. Mattel’s first disabled Barbie, ‘Share-a-smile Becky’, came out in 1997 but was quickly removed from shelves when people lost interest as the doll and wheelchair were […]
“How can we fight for equality and inclusion in a place where we can’t even enter the front door?” One student suffered an asthma attack as a result of paint fumes and a wheelchair user […]
Disabled students have complained that they feel unsafe as toilets across campus do not connect to the Security office. Storm Jameson Court and 30 Clarendon Place are the only two toilets that can report back to […]
The University is spending £1million to develop the front of campus. The area, from The Michael Sadler building to the Great Hall, is closed off to pedestrians until the beginning of the next academic year […]