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Cover of Demystifying disability: what to know, what to say, and how to be an ally (2021) by Emily Ladau. ISBN:  9781984858979
Cover of Recovery: the lost art of convalescence (2022) by Gavin Francis. ISBN: 9781800810488
Cover of The neurodiverse workplace (2019) by Victoria Honeybourne. ISBN: 9781787750333
Cover of Diabetes for dummies (2015) by Alan L Rubin. ISBN: 9781119090724
Cover of Kika & me : how one extraordinary guide dog changed my world (2020) by Amite Patel. ISBN:  9781529021233
Cover of Chronic pain management: your two-part plan for understanding pain and finding relief (2021) by David Walton. ISBN: 9781785786983
Cover of Rebuilding your life after stroke: positive steps to wellbeing (2017) by Sam Fisher-Hicks et al. ISBN: 9781785923562
Cover of Surviving and thriving with an invisible chronic illness: how to stay sane and Live one step ahead of your symptoms (2018) by Dave Pulsford and Rachel Thompson. ISBN: 9781626255999


These are just some of the books we have available to borrow from the Library. Click here to find other books on disability, neurodiversity and chronic illness. For a printable list of these books, please see our Abilities@MWL Resource List (linked below).

For books and resources on stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health conditions, please see our Reading Well Collection here:


Online Resources

Disabilitiy Rights UK
Disability Rights UK is the UK’s leading organisation led by, run by, and working for Disabled people.

Disability equality charity in England and Wales.

GOV.UK: Benefits and financial support if you're disabled or have a health condition

NHS: Supporting disabled staff in the workplace

NHS England: Disability and Wellbeing Network (DAWN)


ADHD Foundation - Neurodiversity Charity

MIND - ADHD and Mental Health

British Dyslexia Association

British Pain Society: People Living with Pain

Pain UK

The ME Association


The Abilities@MWL Staff Network Printable Resource List is available here.

Find out more about the Abilities@MWL Staff Network here on the Trust Extranet.