The December/January issue of PosAbility magazine is out now, where we welcome back our beloved editor Ros from maternity leave. The Christmas issue brings festive fancies and holiday ideas for the festive period, updates from our wonderful columnists and exciting features you will not want to miss out on!

PosAbility Columnists: Samantha Renke shares the difficulty she has in finding suitable and affordable housing, and Mik Scarlet questions why so many parents of disabled children feel guilty and urges them to feel pride

Competition: Win a fantastic three-night break at Asheston Eco Barns in Life After Stroke Awards: We showcase previous winners who have set the bar high in the 2017 prestigious awards ceremony

PosAbility’s Christmas Advent Calendar: See what is behind our 25 doors to get you into the Christmas spirit

Leading Lights: We talk to one half of the design team, Teetum Jones, about showcasing disabled models in their catwalk shows

Tackling Loneliness: Advice on helping vulnerable people on experiencing loneliness at Christmas

Winter Warming: Bring a sense of hygge into your life during the festive period

Blake Beckford: We speak to Blake Beckford about bodybuilding, family and living with ulcerative colitis

Lloyd Macey: X-Factor semi-finalist gives us an insight into his life with Crohn’s

New Year, New You: Ensure you make a resolution you can keep this New Year

Include Me Too: The charity talks about their #LeaveNoOneBehind event

The Beauty of Ice: Experience the best of what the cold has to offer in ice-themed establishments this Christmas

Travel Showcase: Escape the cold with one of these fantastic accessible holidays

Kids’ Corner: We look at Makaton in schools, festive adventures and the best in kids’ products. Plus catch up with the latest from our columnists Rio Woof and Dan White.

Work With Me: Scope’s new campaign encouraging employers to work with, not against disabled people

Training for Care: How Skills for Care is helping people live more independent lives through personal care assistants

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