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Hannah Turner

Hannah is a writer living with complex chronic illnesses. Her work focuses on disability and pop culture and has appeared in Refinery29, Mashable and Digital Spy. She lives between Amsterdam and London, and is currently studying an MA in Education Policy.

‘Universities don’t care about disabled students’: What it’s really like to study with a chronic illness

By Hannah Turner

Harm, abuse and mistreatment: Inside the lives of young disabled people tackling the care crisis

By Hannah Turner

Ableist airports: what it’s like travelling as a disabled person amid shortage chaos

By Hannah Turner

‘It’s my lifeline’: the Queen’s mobility aids are something to celebrate, not mock

By Hannah Turner

The other pandemic: the crippling mental health crisis in young people suffering from long COVID

By Hannah Turner

Inside the endometriosis communities forced to meet online after being dismissed by their doctors

By Hannah Turner

Think marriage equality has been achieved in the UK? Disabled citizens disagree

By Hannah Turner

Why Molly-Mae Hague needs to learn about the disabled and chronically ill’s notion of crip time

By Hannah Turner

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