The Fastest growing disability magazine

Disability Review Magazine

We pride ourselves on sharing quality-rich content that improves people’s lives. Informative articles, inspirational stories, and some life-improvement solutions

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Disability Review Magazine

As the fastest growing disability title in the UK; DRM has one sole aim of INCLUSION …

Recently, DRM proudly became partners with the British Paralympic Association, Sainsbury’s, British Gas/Centrica, Virgin Airways, Naidex, Motability, Department of Working Pensions and other reputable companies wishing to support the publication and its readers.

DRM shares informative articles, inspirational stories and some life-improvement solutions, including features that fall under the key categories of Employment & Education, Independent Living & Home Ownership, Motoring & Mobility, Travel & Leisure, Adoption & Fostering, the regular renowned Disability News Beat, and Disability Sport …

Having recently teamed up with Sainsbury’s and BPA to help encourage more people with disabilities to stay active, play sport and enjoy a more balance lifestyle, we are excited to promote the accessibility of all sports for everyone, regardless of ability.

We pride ourselves on sharing quality-rich content that improves people’s lives, showing that the DRM team and contributors understand that disability does not discriminate, it can happen to anyone of us, in any form; the magazine covers information on all disability categories – vision impairment, deaf and hard of hearing, mental health conditions, intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, autism spectrum and physical disability.

The quality of DRM surpasses other titles in that it is printed in A4 format on high-grade paper stock, with a good size font, considering all readers: For example, those with the restricted movement have an easier time turning the strong pages.

It is this production value along with the quality of content that attracts the UK’s largest companies wishing to communicate with a disabled audience: Reaching up to 1-million-plus target audience members; industry workers, healthcare professionals, caregivers, as well as those affected by their own disability or that of a loved one.

Teaming up with reputable companies that share the same vision are certain relationships we wish to nurture because they strengthen the important message of ‘inclusion’.

Contact one of our highly-experienced and professional team members to discuss your relationship with DRM; an inspirational title that we feel proud to edit, design, produce and distribute. Chat soon.