Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers network has a new home from 2 September 2020 at pan-disability charity Whizz-Kidz.
On Thursday July 12 Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers celebrated their 10 year Anniversary at the Speakers House.
This week the Government announced a multi-million pound fund to get more disabled people into work. The £4.
Muscular Dystrophy UK has published a range of advice and information to help disabled people into work and understand the support they are entitled to in the workplace.
A new report says most airports are now providing a good service for assisting disabled people, but airports including Gatwick, Stansted and Birmingham all need improvement.
Trailblazers at 10: Only 3% of the public think all of the UK’s tourist attractions are suitable for wheelchair users12/07/2018
Only 3% of the public think all of the UK’s tourist attractions are suitable for wheelchair users
Trailblazers are helping a government advisory committee to think about how to meet the needs of wheelchair users when travelling by bus.
On May 19th and 20th the Moving Up team held the first Employability Weekend for young disabled people.
Muscular Dystrophy UK responds to Govia Thameslink Railway telling staff not to help disabled people on to trains if it might delay the service18/05/2018
Muscular Dystrophy UK is urging Govia Thameslink Railway to work with our Trailblazers to prioritise accessibility for disabled passengers.
The UK Government has announced plans to work with the aviation industry to make air travel easier for disabled people.
On Wednesday (March 21st) Muscular Dystrophy UK’s Trailblazers held the first Employers Working Group meeting as part of the Employability project.