The August/September issue of PosAbility magazine is out now. We bring you our summer of sport special edition following the amazing London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships. Read on to find out how you can grab your copy featuring interviews with some of the stars of London 2017, plus fabulous features and exclusive competitions!

PosAbility Columnists: Mik Scarlet looks ahead to Parallel London 2017, Sam calls for more disabled people in media and Sam Renke explores language and disability

Parent Power: Meet the parents fighting to raise awareness of Norrie Disease

Band on the Run: Two-times Superbikes champion James Toseland on his band’s Special Olympics National Summer Games anthem

Aiming Higher: Find out about the support on offer to prospective disabled University of Liverpool students

The Pride of Peacock: London 2017 poster boy Jonnie Peacock talks everything worlds, London and taking a break

Adapted Instruments: Learn how disabled musicians are being given a helping hand

The Book that told me I have Autism: Edmund West recalls the remarkable moment reading a work of fiction made him aware of his autism

Hurricane Hannah: Golden Girl Hannah Cockroft recaps her time at London 2017

Sammi Kinghorn: Gold medallist Sammi delights at her London homecoming

Shared Ownership: How shared ownership schemes can give you a foothold on the property ladder

A Fairytale Realm Par Excellence: Janet Myers travels to Nantes in France to discover its many spectacles

Travel Focus: Explore the world with Limitless Travel

Heroes’ Homecoming: We bring you all the highlights from London 2017 World Para Athletic Championships

Kid’s Cabin: Columnist Rio’s puppy love, the kings of accessible castles and superhero parents!

Employment: We explore the taboo of workplace stress, and Jane Hatton examines online activity whilst job hunting.

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