Awesome documentaries to raise your Disability Awareness

Rising Phoenix – Focusing on the Paralympic games, elite athlete and insiders examine how they impact the global understanding of disability, diversity and excellence.

Alex Brooker: Disability and Me – Alex Brooker examines his relationship with his disability.

Being Frank: The Frank Gardner Story – BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner explores what it is like to become disabled.

Episode 1 – Kid with a Dog – from the series DogsStory of a young girl with epilepsy who gets a service dog trained to detect seizures

Disabled but Not Really – episode from Queer Eye. Wesley Hamilton of Disabled but Not Really meets the Fab Five.

Pick of the Litter – Netflix, Amazon Prime – Puppies training to be guide dogs to the visually impaired.

Roll with Me – Newly sober paraplegic Gabriel attempts to wheel across America.

The Push: Owning your reality is where the journey begins – The first spinal cord injured athlete to push himself to the South Pole.

Bethany Hamilton – Unstoppable – A documentary on the life of Bethany Hamilton, a professional surfer in Hawaii who last her arm in a shark attack as a teenager.

Para Sport: Superhero Tri – Clare Balding presents the UK’s only disability triathlon – a day of fun and inclusiveness. [I was at this event and it was such an amazing day and atmosphere]

What have you seen that you think it worth sharing with others?