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Multiple gold medal-winning Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson has called on financial advisers to improve access to insurance for disabled clients
We need an environment of transparency and openness, argues Helen Dick of Scottish Widows
How can advisers help support people with disabilities in the workplace?
Closing keynote address from multi-medal winning Paralympian plus full details of conference programme revealed
Disabled women face unique challenges within the workplace but group insurance can provide specific benefits to meet their needs and attract their skills
Long-term disability income increases following years of decline
Employers should consider more than just physical assistance for disabled workers and group insurance policies should play a part
Scottish Widows' financial protection technical and industry affairs manager selected by DWP to support insurance consumer rights for disabled people
Bedford-based mutual society chooses Disability Rights UK as its charity partner for 2018
Half of UK workers believe they have a less than one in ten chance of being unable to work through disability, a survey for Zurich has found.
Disabled people report extra costs in areas including insurance, transport and energy bills yet improved competition and communication could help drive down these costs, a major report has found.
The extra everyday living costs faced by disabled people are £550 per month, compared to average state benefits payments of £360 per month.
The gap between people's needs if they became critically ill or disabled and what they would have is €750bn across 13 European & Middle Eastern countries, a report from Swiss Re has found.
There are 1.8m cancer patients with another long term health condition, research from Macmillan Cancer Support has revealed.
Insurers are being warned by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that they must ensure consumers are able to understand the economic consequences of the policy being taken out.
The number of people insured under group risk schemes expanded by almost 1.25m between 2010 and 2014, new figures from Swiss Re have revealed.
Among the employed population 9% report having a limiting long-standing illness or disability (LSI), figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have found.
The government has accepted a recommendation to investigate the increase in the number of sick or disabled people sent by Work Capability Assessments (WCA) to a Support Group.
A police officer who was paralysed in a motorbike accident at the beginning of a holiday has been announced as the next beneficiary of the Seven Families campaign.
The Protection Racket, featuring bands from across the industry, will perform to raise money for Disability Rights UK.