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Feb 9, 2022

For disabled people, what has been the learning from the Covid-19 pandemic? And what now needs to happen to ensure better lives? 

Michael McEwan, a reporter on disability issues, speaks to Health Journalist and Broadcaster, Pennie Taylor about the history of care and support for people with disabilities, the impact of Covid-19 and how support and services can be improved.

He also speaks to Tracey Campbell, a parent whose daughter has Angelman syndrome, and Sanjeev Man, a Freelance Journalist and Disability Campaigner, to understand their experiences and get their views on what needs to change. 

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Music Credit: Make your dream a reality by Scott Holmes.