How one boy's story helped 'cut living costs for disabled people'

How one boy's story helped 'cut living costs for disabled people'
 

A committed grandmother persuaded a retail giant to stock a range of affordable, easy-access clothes for children with disabilities.
Rita Kutt wrote to Marks and Spencer urging them to sell bigger popper vests suitable for youngsters like her grandson Caleb, who has cerebral palsy.
Now Mrs Kutt is being celebrated as an example to disabled people and their carers to be "bold and loud".
Disabled people face a premium of £550 a month on the cost of everyday items.
The Extra Costs Commission, launched by disability charity Scope, found that disability benefits failed to cover this... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Business, Views: 25
Source: BBC
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