We've found these stories from around the world to bring you a smile during these difficult times.

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The pandemic and lockdown is meaning the world is more open than ever for some people with disabilities. Many people with disabilities are able to take part in work, cultural experiences, or socialising from home for the first time.

Read 'Covid lockdown opening up world for people with disabilities' on The Guardian. 

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Don't miss these online dance classes for children with disabilities that are helping them, their families and carers cope with the lockdown.

Read 'Online dance classes for disabled children help parents and carers cope with lockdown' on the Metro.

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When Lizzie Emeh was born, her parents were told she wouldn't walk or talk. Read her story here on how she proved them all wrong.

Read 'Growing up with a learning disability, I wasn’t expected to walk or talk, let alone become a musician' on gal-dem.

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Ethan's new specialist tricycle means he can now enjoy family-time and exercising along with his family on their bike rides.

Read 'Disabled teenager is all smiles because tricycle means he can now go on rides with family' on St Helens Star.

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Watch this emotional video of a man given 24 hours to live reuniting with his mum after recovering from COVID-19. We challenge anyone to watch this without a tear and a smile!

Read 'Emotional moment man given 24 hours to live reunites with mum after recovering from COVID-19' on Sky News.

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The team at the Telegraph are pulling together wonderful positive stories to make you smile every day.

Read 'Coronavirus Positive' stories on The Telegraph.

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