Videos and articles of people telling their disability stories, in their own words.
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The Community Trikes programme gives people with disabilities the opportunity to stay fit and active.
Julie describes how life became an adventure after she went blind.
Henry Matthews shares his love of wheelchair rugby and how it gave him something to live for after becoming tetraplegic at age 18.
Joshua has cerebral palsy, runs his own business, and wants to enter parliament.
Lara and Hayden Heta share their experience of finding out their 7 year-old daughter had become paraplegic.
10 year-old Harper became paraplegic nearly 3 years ago after a gymnastics move went wrong.
Chelsea talks about how her life has changed after waking up one night to find her legs not working.
Julie talks about the joys and challenges of raising her son, Thomas, who was born with the rare Cri du chat syndrome.
Ruth Malone talks about the challenges of raising two boys with autism, making sacrifices, and the joy of watching them transition into adulthood.
Tony Howe is a dedicated advocate for people with disabilities.