Posts Categorized: Category4

Top Tips For Disabled Train Passengers.

Day out in a wheelchair in London

Travelling on a train as a disabled passenger can seem off putting. From worrying about getting the right help to local stations being inaccessible, there can seem like a lot of barriers for the disabled train passengers. We’re pretty experienced disabled train passengers though, so we have put together some helpful tips and advice for… Read more »

A Disabled Friendly Night Out In Leeds


Planning a night out with a physical disability can be a challenge. From that strategically placed step, which you weren’t expecting to finding out there is no disabled loo, all these little challenges can stop from getting out the door. Leeds is a beautiful city though and is full of accessible venues. So we’ve put… Read more »

A Day Out In London In A Wheelchair

A day out in London in a wheelchair can seem like a daunting experience. It is all about answering questions like: “How do I get around?” “Where are all the accessible loos?” “What are the best wheelchair friendly attractions?” Hopefully this short blog should help you answer some of these questions and have better London… Read more »

What Can Go Into A Disabled Student Toolkit

The right mix of products and knowledge can bridge the gap for a disabled student. But what sort of things make a good disabled student toolkit? The Essentials   Your Phone Yes this is obvious but that doesn’t mean you should not include it! Your phone will always be a critical part of your disabled… Read more »

ED Disabled Student Study Tips

These disabled student study tips come from students, past and present, and experience student support officers. Take A Break Taking regular breaks is sage advice for any student but it can be particularly important for the disabled student. Many conditions that affect people physically, can affect on how quickly you fatigue. Spreading your study time… Read more »

Ethos Disabled Student Accommodation Tips

Ethos Disabled Student Accommodation Tips taken from our Student Guide! Staying at Home and Commuting The main advantage to staying at home is continuity. This is true of all students (disabled or not) but it is worth reinforcing here. If you commute, providing that this is practical, then you can enjoy continuity of care provision and… Read more »