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National Diversity Award nominee suspended by Facebook for the second time in a month for promoting diversity and inclusion.

Ability Access is the largest disability page in the UK and reaches over 20 million people a month and the news feed has been suspended (again) stopping tens of thousands of people from talking about disability and sharing their stories. Three weeks ago, Simon Sansome the founder of Ability Access posted a video explaining that… Continue reading National Diversity Award nominee suspended by Facebook for the second time in a month for promoting diversity and inclusion.

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Behind every great man is a greater woman. How my wife helped to reach an audience of 20 million.

By Simon Sansome Last week I was contacted by a national newspaper asking if they could do a story on myself and Ability Access.  I happily agreed and I said I would do the interview free of charge if they would pay for a wheelchair adaption for a person who contacted Ability Access last week saying… Continue reading Behind every great man is a greater woman. How my wife helped to reach an audience of 20 million.

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Tanni Grey Thompson – “Someone once asked, how did I get pregnant? I replied I had sex with my husband, they said that was disgusting, I replied you have not seen my husband I quite like him”.

The UK’s most successful Paralympian of all time talks to Simon Sansome on ‘While Disabled’ about working in the House of Lords and getting ‘Shagged’ on Countdown. Listen to Tanni talk about choosing between Sir Steve Redgrave and Denise Lewis, what happens when she could not be presented with a the Sports Personality of the… Continue reading Tanni Grey Thompson – “Someone once asked, how did I get pregnant? I replied I had sex with my husband, they said that was disgusting, I replied you have not seen my husband I quite like him”.

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Disability campaigner nominated for national award.

Simon Sansome, saw his life change in 2014 when he suffered a spinal injury that left him with no feeling from the waist down. Simon with celebrity tv chef Michael Caines. After his injury Simon returned to university to retrain but found going out was very difficult due to the lack of accessibility. Simon realised… Continue reading Disability campaigner nominated for national award.