In Suffolk, there are robust plans for the Council to work with schools and parents to ensure that expert help is provided.
For a lot of people with a disability, getting on a bus is not an option. A ‘carrot’ approach to improving the environment is a better way.
With nearly 14 million disabled people living in the UK, more should be involved in legislation and decision making.
Whether for a pedestrian or a driver it is hard to see crossing points, where to go, where or when was best to stop or proceed. The blind are in fear of their lives.
Half of all food bank users are disabled, and we know that appropriate, secure, properly-paid work is the best route out of poverty.
If there is one lesson we learnt from the EU referendum last year, it is that people are crying out for more control over their lives.
Some planning conditions actively prevent disabled access being made available.