Blind and partially-sighted people can struggle to get healthcare information in a suitable format, a charity says.
Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) helped a local disabled woman to win her discrimination case after she was dismissed by her employer.
More than a third of EU nationals living in Scotland have yet to apply for permanent residency through the UK Government’s settled status scheme, according to official figures.
Two thirds of parents have given up on taking their children to the pictures due to a lack of subtitled showings
More than half of new claims in Scotland for the UK Government's disability payment have been refused, according to analysis.
Talking about our mental health is something that many of us still find difficult to do – for too long our society did not encourage us to open up about our feelings and our emotional wellbeing. The results of this were too many people blighted by stigma around mental health, tragically high rates of suicide and a lack of support.
Greater numbers of children with disabilities are being supported to learn to swim, new research has found.
One in three visually impaired people have been injured by pavement boards, according to RNIB Scotland.
Campaigners say those with additional needs face a 'cliff edge' at the end of their teenage years.
Disabled employees are paid 12.2% less than their non-disabled peers, according to official data.
A FIRM has hailed their new app for finally allowing shops and tourist hotspots to know disabled customers are arriving - and how to help them.
As part of furthering the work of Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics to help tackle the under-representation of disabled, minority ethnic or transgender women as voters, activists and representatives, we are delivering three events to bring women together to talk about labels placed on women. The first event "Let's Define ME" took place on … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Let’s Talk About US
A study of LGBT young people has found 80% of pupils had encountered fellow students making homophobic, biphobic or transphobic remarks.
Transport operators face legal action if their services do not meet the needs of disabled and older passengers.
Disabled home-seekers are experiencing significant emotional distress due to a lack of suitable housing, according to leading housing experts.