Event date: 26/04/2017
News date: 21 Apr
Whatever you want to do, concerns you have or support you need, there are a wealth of organisations and charities that can help. Have a look at what's available here.
Items such as raised toilet seats, bath boards and seats, walking frames, and grab rails can make a real difference to your safety and independence.
Having a job is important for self-esteem, confidence and independence - as well as providing income. Whether you're getting back to work after some time off, or starting work for the first time, finding the right job for you often can be difficult, particularly if you have a disability or health problem.
If you are struggling to find work, it might make you feel less confident in yourself and you might feel bored. You should stay positive, keep trying, and take steps to improve your chances of finding work.
This section will give you advice on how to get a job, what help is available, and what your rights are in the workplace.
And take a moment to find out about the Accessible Britain Challenge - this is a government-led scheme which encourages communities to be inclusive and accessible. That means working with disabled people to remove the barriers that stop them participating fully in their community.The UK's 12.2 million disabled people make a positive contribution to employment and local economies. The Accessible Britain Challenge wants to share great examples of this so others can learn from them.