The Jun/Jul issue of PosAbility magazine is out now. Read on to find out what is inside this fantastiv media focused issue where we examine on many levels using media to as a positive platform to promote diversity and challenge discrimination in the disability community.

Volunteering Combats Intolerance: How donating time encourages diversity and inclusion

PosAbility Columnists: Mik Scarlet calls for more disabled people in media, Sam Renke talks disability cuts threatening her independent lifestyle, and travel expert Andy Wright answers readers queries on travelling overseas for the first time.

Who Cares? Unsung heroes share their stories in celebration of Carers Week

Autism-Friendly Shopping Experiences: How responsible retailers are making trips a more relaxed affair for customers with autism

Lost A Voice, Found A Calling: ‘Lost Voice Guy’ Lee Ridley on life as a non-verbal stand-up comedian with cerebral palsy

What it Feels Like . . . . to foster a disabled child

Sitting Pretty: Progressive talent agency promotes positive portrayal of disability

The Sound of Silence: The deaf community’s ‘Café Without Words’ pops up in Germany

Some Like It Hot: Disability dating expert’s tips on planning your first holiday together as a couple

My MS Won’t Define Me: Record-breaking Paralympian, Kadeena Cox on why her life doesn’t revolve around her MS

Portugal’s Captivating Algarve Coast: Janet Myers samples all this yea-round destination has to offer

Soap Star Cherylee Turns Drama Queen: Coronation Street actor does her bit to encourage entry into drama

Kids’ Cabin: Picnics in the park, the amputee with attitude and meet new superhero, Hydro Girl.

Employment: How to be a better ally to your colleague with Down’s Syndrome, and Jane Hatton explores what every disabled applicant should know

Every issue we explore the most innovative, must-have products in the market for both adults and children.

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