The NHS must change the way it assesses eating disorders to take account of a link with autism, a research charity has said.
Gloucestershire County Council was forced to pay £2,000 to a child with special educational needs after failing to provide education for him.
UK charity Aerobility has joined forces with British Airways and Heathrow Airport Ltd to set a new record for the Heaviest aircraft pulled over 100m by a wheelchair team.
Only 30.6% achieve a GCSE strong pass – Grade 5 or above – in both English and maths, compared with 48.3% of children with no special educational needs.
Ten dedicated teaching units for deaf children in schools are being closed every year, according to a new report
A coalition of epilepsy and neurology organisations warn of the dangers in the event of a national medical shortage
Schools are in a stronger position to push back against councils that order them to take a pupil whose special educational needs they are unable to meet following a landmark judicial review.
Children taught at home should be recorded on a compulsory register, England’s children’s commissioner has said.
English councils have overspent by at least £324m on their budgets for young adults and children with special needs this financial year, the BBC has found.
Artistic director Greg Doran hopes to ‘reflect the nation’ in boost to stage diversity
A mother is calling for greater awareness of a little-known condition she believes changed her easy-going son overnight.
When a ‘chip and signature’ payment card is refused, the impact on a shopper’s dignity is huge
Self-regulation of social media “has failed disabled people”, according to MPs who have backed a petition calling for new laws, led by model Katie Price.
Changes to the disability benefits system that has caused huge hardship to some of the country’s most vulnerable people has cost the government more than £4bn more in extra welfare payments than ministers estimated.
Thousands of children in England with special educational needs are waiting too long for an education, health and care plan (EHC), the BBC has learned.
£45million to boost the number of trainees on the Frontline programme
Treatment of British-born children with complex disabilities breaches UK and UN law say experts
An accident in a swimming pool left Chieko Asakawa blind at the age of 14. For the past three decades she’s worked to create technology – now with a big focus on artificial intelligence (AI) – to transform life for the visually impaired.
Parents who say they have been accused of fabricating their disabled children’s illnesses are being asked to “discuss concerns directly”.
Companies have colonised social work, with those at the top taking the profits while families in difficulty continue to suffer
Pupils with multiple and complex needs will be assessed using a new Ôaspects of engagementÕ approach.
Grace, has been rejected by dozens of school and her mother was told it may take over a year to find her a suitable placement
Shopping can be frustrating at the best of times, but for many disabled people it comes with even more unnecessary challenges – narrow aisles, no step-free access, rushed shop assistants.
Many local authorities are plunging into the red to meet their obligations as spending trebles in three years