A snapshot of what life is like for people with a disability
'My mother once thought of killing us both, life was so hard'
The only blind broadcast journalist in Britain talks about life as a child, and in the media
A drama that never ends
He is a successful actor, but Max's Down's syndrome has led to battles throughout his life
The way I see it: living with partial blindness
Of all those registered blind or partially sighted, 93% retain some useful vision - often enough to read a book or watch a film. But this can lead to misunderstanding and confusion
Around one person in 30 in the UK is living with sight loss
Life and death decisions with a disabled child
'Do I love her? With all my heart. When she dies will it be a relief? Without question', says the mother of a disabled daughter
Making a new start
A young girl's account of how her life was affected by her brother's autism
When seeing isn't believing
Not all disabilities are visible. People whose problems are not on show are finding themselves being attacked as frauds.
Dear lady who loudly tutted at me using the disabled loos
This writer rages against the rudeness and lack of understanding she has encountered.
A letter to my silent mother
Full of regret, this writer wishes she had treasured every word
Choosing to sit tight
Wheelchair-user Mik Scarlet could have walked again - here he explains why he chose to stay in his wheelchair
Why make us cry for help?
To get support, families with a disabled child are forced to describe their lives as thwarted and unhappy
The demonisation of the disabled is a chilling sign of our times
Journalists and politicians are portraying disabled people as scroungers
I'm on benefits but I'm no scrounger
The truth about surviving on Disability Living Allowance and incapacity benefit
Disability for beginners
A journalist diagnosed with multiple sclerosis faces an all too certain future with apprehension, but also a degree of conviction
Don't lose your bottle
Personal account of a blind father and the prejudice he faced raising his baby daughter
An insight into the physical activity of the nation